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Subject:Re: Helpful hints, and wrist problems From:Karen Kay <karenkay -at- CADENCE -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 13 Feb 1996 14:08:33 -0800
Garret Romaine wrote:
>Because one thing I wonder about is whether it strikes men less
>than women? Personally, I've been typing at speeds up to 80 wpm (in short
>bursts, but spell checker usually bails me out) for 25 years, and I'm
>generally pain free. And I wonder why?
It does strike men less often than women. It affects me MUCH more w/
mousing than simple keyboarding. I do have fewer problems when I work
to strengthen my arms and shoulders, but I also have fewer problems
when I mouse less.