Erscheinungsdatum: 30.09.2013, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: RSI, Repetitive Strain Injury Caused by Electronic Gadgets, Laptops, PC's and Mobile Phones. Neck Pain? Shoulder Pain? Wrist Pain? Thumb Pain? It Coul, Autor: Rudford, Lucy, Verlag: IMB Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: MEDICAL // General, Rubrik: Medizin // Allgemeines, Lexika, Seiten: 170, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 256 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Do you suffer from physical pain relating to your writing life?Are you struggling with back pain, weight gain related to sedentary working, anxiety, depression, sleep problems, neck pain, eye strain, stress, loneliness, digestive issues, or repetitive strain injury?These are the most common issues reported by writers and if you struggle with any of them, you are not alone. Writing is not a physically healthy job, but if you want a long-term writing career, then you need to look after your body.I've been through my own pain journey over the last six years. I used to get crippling migraines that sent me to a dark room, and back pain so bad that I couldn't sleep, as well as stress levels so high that I wasn't able to breathe normally. Now, my back pain, migraines, and RSI have almost gone completely, and I manage my writing life in a far healthier way than ever before. I share my personal journey and insights with you in this book.My co-author is Dr. Euan Lawson, who shares his insights into how we can reduce pain, improve health, and build a writing career for the long term.Part 1: The Unhealthy Writer: Includes stress, anxiety, burnout; back, neck and shoulder pain, sleep problems, weight gain, IBS, depression, eye strain, headaches, migraine, loneliness and isolationPart 2: The Healthy Writer: Includes how to sort out your back pain, sleep, diet, movement and exercise, as well as how to find a community, walking, running, and yoga as well as well-being and mindfulness.Find practical tips as well as inspiration and ideas to help you become a healthy writer. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Caroline Holroyd, Joe Penn. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/108003/bk_acx0_108003_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Numerous human body disorders are now classed as occupational overuse syndrome, including: Common calluses housemaid''s knee or prepatellar bursitis Tennis elbow Repetitive strain injury (RSI) OCCUPATIONAL OVERUSE SYNDROME The condition Occupational Overuse Syndrome is a collective term for a range of conditions, including injury, characterised by discomfort or persistent pain in muscles, tendons and other soft tissues. THE SYMPTOMS It is necessary to distinguish the symptoms of OOS from the normal pains of living, such as muscle soreness after unaccustomed exercise or activity. OOS pains must also be distinguished from the pain of arthritis or some other condition. The early symptoms of OOS include: muscle discomfort fatigue aches and pains soreness hot and cold feelings muscle tightness numbness and tingling stiffness muscle weakness.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Radial Tunnel Syndrome is a condition in which the radial nerve becomes swollen from friction caused by its movement through the bones and muscles of the forearm and elbow, this condition is called ''double entrapment.'' Radial Tunnel Syndrome is often misdiagnosed as tennis elbow, or epicondylitis and is a type of repetitive strain injury (RSI), often diagnosed in computer keyboard users, musicians, truck drivers and other occupations. Ceasing activities which caused or aggravates the condition is prescribed. Cases are known to last from two weeks to over four years and can in some cases be permanent. Pain management and cure of Radial Tunnel Syndrome by acupuncture is often cited by sufferers, although there is no evidence of a benefit. Historically, consumption and topical application of blackstrap mollasses has been used for arthritis, rheumatism, trauma and RSI including Radial Tunnel Syndrome.
Musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) such as neck and low back pain have been widely reported as being of significant health and economic concern due to increased globalisation and industrial advancements. Posture, body fatigue, hours of computer usage and lack of ergonomic knowledge etc. are found to be causal factors determining work related MSD therefore it is important to have conscientisation about the changing world and the increased need for ergonomics interventions in today's work places. Software professionals continue to have lot of problems including RSI, obesity, poor fitness and stress. It is mandatory to provide multi-disciplinary intervention of corrective measures of office ergonomics, posture correction, and preventive exercise programmes could reduce the symptoms in these professionals. The most cost-effective way to prevent these disorders is to integrate prevention into industrial practices.
The author, a 19 year old female student, suffered from pain in her thumb and simply couldn't believe when the doctor told her she could have RSI, Repetitive Strain Injury, from texting. She had a 'Texting Thumb'. Little did she know that you could get RSI at the age of 19. After speaking to her friends about this, she realised that almost all her friends have pain in their thumb when texting after a few hours. Most youngsters deny it and just keep on texting.....not the author, she takes it all seriously and doesn't want to be in pain for the rest of her life. She decided to investigate the subject and talk to specialists in the field to be able to write a book about it and warn all people who are using our so much electronic devices a lot. Guaranteed to answer all your questions, this book is a must have for anybody who uses a PC, laptop, tablet, game console or mobile phone on a regular basis. Don't we all? Therefore this book is for everybody! The book is written in an easy to read and understandable style. In a straightforward, no nonsense fashion, Lucy Rudford covers all RSI aspects including facts and information about Tendonitis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Neck Pain, Shoulder Pain, Wrist pain, Sore Wrist, Pain in the Thumb, RSI Symptoms, RSI Mouse, RSI Computer, Office RSI. Pain relief, treatment and stretch exercises included. This book is full of sound advice and answers to all your questions - including some you didn't even know you had!
The author, a 20 year old female student, suffered from pain in her thumb and simply couldn't believe when the doctor told her she could have RSI, Repetitive Strain Injury, from texting. She had a 'Texting Thumb' and she realised, after reading about it, that if she would not be careful, she might get arthritis in her fingers in later life. Millions of people are suffering from arthritis in their hands and fingers. This is another very informative book by Lucy Rudford. She continues with her interest in writing educational guides. This guide is intended to be a tool, one that will give you information and hopefully some pain relief. Symptoms, signs, treatment, diet, how to prevent & exercises and alternative therapies all covered. Readers will surely find much contribution by this book, to relief their pain or even to create a pain free healthy lifestyle. The book is written in an easy to read and understandable style. In a straightforward, no nonsense fashion, Lucy covers all aspects of arthritis in hands and fingers, including lots of exercises. The content is informative, educative and easy to understand.