What health problems can be caused by your laptop?

What health problems can be caused by your laptop?
 

Have you heard that portable computer can affect your health and cause lots of inconvenience to your body? Laptops, which have been developed to ensure the ability for their owners to use it everywhere they want, are used nearly nine hours a day on average. Medicine experts claim that this may be the cause of various health problems, such as:

Neck pain

One of the main problems in laptop’s design is that its screen and keyboard are very close to each other. This makes users to hunch and has a very negative effect on their neck. When keeping the laptop on
your knees during a journey, it also increases the likelihood of the tension in your neck and the pain in your back.

Shoulder cramps

When laptop is used frequently, it makes you compress your shoulders in order to better see the screen. Therefore, it can lead you to the shoulder cramp and incorrect posture.

Swollen fingers

Keys on the keyboard are designed to save space, so people are in uncomfortable position what results in pain in the fingers and swelling.

Eye fatigue

As the distance between the laptop screen and the keyboard is very small, flashing screen can initiate the pain in your eyes. Eye redness, itchy eyes – that’s only a few of the problems that are encountered.

Spine and nerves

When a longer period of time is spent at the laptop, the spine is unnoticeably stooped and its disks start to degenerate. Long hours at the laptop can even affect our whole body and also cause nerve damage,
which can lead to arthritis and nerves’ damage. So, when using laptop, make sure you are in a right position and under good source of light. The most important rule – make sure you have breaks every 45 minutes.

 

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