Ergoblog

Ergoblog

Ergoblog is a personal blog focusing on “Office ergonomics, reviews, voice recognition software, and dealing with repetitive strain injuries.” Here’s what the site’s author says about Ergoblog:

A few years ago, I was having so much trouble with repetitive stress injuries in my hands, that I wasn’t sure what the heck I was going to do for a living (or how I was going to pay my medical bills). I started Ergoblog [and some other sites] as a way of generating some revenue while working from home using voice recognition software to type. Lo and behold it worked, and today I’m earning a nice income from my sites (and my hands have gotten a lot better, so I can use the keyboard and mouse again!).

Ergoblog features RSI tips and commentary, as well as reviews of RSI-related products and publications.

Recent Posts from Ergoblog:

Tips for Ergonomic Driving - December 18th, 2020
"You’ve probably read articles about office ergonomics, which explain how to make sure that your chair, desk, and computer are fitted for maximum comfort. But what about long-distance travelers? Long road trips will prove uncomfortable if you don’t know […]"
Women Have a Higher Risk of Developing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - December 18th, 2020
"Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a painful condition that occurs when the median nerve, which runs from the forearm into the hand, becomes pressed, squeezed, or repeatedly stressed over time. The most common cause of CTS is keyboard and mouse use, and the onset […]"
Best Tips for Ergonomics in the Office - December 18th, 2020
"If you spend all day working at a computer in an office, you are at risk for debilitating pain such as back pain and headaches or even permanent injury like carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive stress disorders. Fortunately, there are a few simple things you can […]"
Sore Neck? Try a New Pillow - December 18th, 2020
"Recently I have woken up every day with an incredibly sore neck. Since I usually sleep the same way, I was wondering if my pillow was the problem. Spine-health.com explains how sleeping position and the right pillow can alleviate sore neck issues. If the height […]"
Best Ways To Prevent Back Pain - December 18th, 2020
"Back pain, especially lower back pain, is one of the most common sources of chronic pain. Back pain affects 8 out of 10 people and most often starts during middle age. The aging process causes muscle atrophy and disc degeneration, both of which can result in back […]"
History of the Keyboard - December 18th, 2020
"Few people in the U.S.- or for that matter in the entire world – have ever stopped to ask themselves the question: How did the ‘standard’ keyboard get invented so that the letters caused ‘touch keyboarders’ to memorize that ‘qwerty’ […]"
Open posture seating for better ergonomics - December 18th, 2020
"I’m always interested in different approaches to ergonomics, especially for sitting at a computer, which I do too much of and which is mean to my body. The “normal” task seating position just isn’t normal at all, resulting in forwarding head carriage (as […]"
Logitech Cordless Desktop Wave Pro Ergonomic Keyboard and Mouse - November 13th, 2020
"Logitech Cordless Desktop Wave Pro Ergonomic Keyboard and Mouse is one of the best ergonomic keyboards in the market today. It competes against the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard for Business. It is mainly used for typing jobs, with its secondary use for gaming […]"
Fellowes Ergonomic Split Design Keyboard Review - November 13th, 2020
"You might have heard about the pain and injuries caused by excessive typing and other computer works. With too much time spent on the keyboards, your wrists and forearms are at risk. Good thing, manufacturers came up with a solution: ergonomic keyboards. If you […]"
What is an ergonomic keyboard: Types, Benefits, and Risk Factors - November 13th, 2020
"You might have arrived at this article because you are looking for a more convenient keyboard. This is probably due to the fact that you are experiencing RSI (repetitive strain injury), carpal tunnel syndrome, or wrist ache because of too much computer work. Congratulations, […]"

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