Ergonomic Mouse

Designed to Prevent or Alleviate Musculoskeletal Discomfort and Aches- An Ergonomic Mouse is a Must for Anyone Who Continuously Works Behind a Computer.

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Advanced ergonomics provide comfort and stability

Opting for an ergonomic mouse helps prevent or alleviate musculoskeletal discomfort and aches. These can appear because of the repetitive gestures that we do daily in front of a computer. Before choosing your ergonomic mouse, there are some essential points to check. An upright mouse is ideal because it will allow you to adopt a more neutral position for your hand. Placing your hand with the palm facing in will reduce twisting and eliminate stress points. It also has the advantage of being tall so that your wrist does not touch the desk and so avoids the risk of carpal tunnel syndrome. The ergonomic vertical mouse is currently the best designed mouse for regular usage. It is the optimal hardware investment for anyone who continuously works behind a computer. There are three leading choices available, the Evoluent D, PRF, and Evoluent 4.

What is an Ergonomic Mouse?

The ergonomic mouse is an ergonomically shaped computer mouse designed to prevent Musculoskeletal disorders caused by repetitive movements at work, such as Repetitive Movement Syndrome (RMS). This mouse allows you to work in front of your computer more comfortably and pleasantly, without risking pain in the arms and hands. As simple as the classic mouse, the ergonomic or wired wireless mouse works with an optical sensor or a laser sensor to guide the pc screen's pointer, what changes is its verticality and your comfort.

Why choose an ergonomic vertical mouse?

Ergonomic vertical mice are ideal, thanks to their shape, weight and the position of their buttons, for reducing carpal tunnel pain and the risk of tendonitis. They allow your hand and your wrist to adopt an excellent position to prevent or relieve hand pain. Mouse syndrome exists; it is due to a sustained unnatural posture:

  • Your wrist is broken and resting on the desk.
  • Your hand is contracted.

A repeated tense position will eventually become painful. It is recognized that an ergonomic vertical mouse is the most suitable for regular and repeated use. It relieves ailments and can even cure them. Choose a light, comfortable and adjustable mouse with or without wire according to your preferences.

Benefits of an ergonomic computer mouse.

A more natural grip.

When you choose an ergonomic computer mouse with the right shape and size for your hand, you get a more natural and more comfortable grip. This relieves fatigue in the tendons and muscles of the hand, elbow and arm.

Better support

Buying the right size ergonomic mouse supports your hand and stops any tensing of the fingers or wrists, which can lead to pain and problems in the tendons and joints.

Assumes the natural position of the wrist

Assuming your wrist’s natural position at work, using your ergonomic computer mouse does not require you to twist your forearm.

Less effort and energy for the mouse.

The weight and grip of the mouse are the most critical factors to reduce stress to the hand and wrist while using it and thereby reduce forearm fatigue.

Ergonomic mouse vs standard mouse.

A standard mouse is known to cause problems over time such as carpal tunnel syndrome and tendonitis in those who use mice for a prolonged period. Choose the ergonomic wireless mouse that will suit you best while preventing musculoskeletal disorders.

The size of your ergonomic mouse:

As with a classic mouse, the size matters. When choosing a mouse, try to find the perfect fit that will meet your needs. If the mouse is too big or too small, you risk cramps as well as muscle fatigue. If you want a mouse that is very precise when you move its cursor, choose a mouse that will fit well in the palm of your hand so that it fills your hand. To make the best choice, it is necessary to take the size between the first fold of your wrist and your middle finger.

Choose the vertical mouse.

When at rest, your hand assumes an upright position to relieve tendons and muscles. You should select a mouse that will reproduce this arc. A device designed vertically allows you to do the same.

Wireless or wired ergonomic mouse

For more comfort and ease, it is preferable to acquire an ergonomic wireless mouse. With an ergonomic wireless mouse, there are no more tangled wires on the desk and no more wasted time untangling them. Also, the use of a wireless optical mouse facilitates manoeuvring. On the other hand, it is necessary to connect your mouse with wifi or Bluetooth. If your computer is old and does not support this technology, it is better to choose a wired ergonomic mouse.