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Monday, March 9, 2009

Cold mouse hand? Use a warm mouse!




Do your hands feel cold after you start working from gripping the computer mouse? Do you sit for hours with freezing numb fingers? Think about how good a warm mouse would feel to the hand used to hold a computer mouse. Then, imagine all the cold and pain gone! That's the result you will get from using a heated, warm mouse.


Ever wonder why computer mice are shaped the way they are? Does your mouse hand ache regardless of the shape of computer mouse you use? I've asked myself lately, and came to the conclusion people are all the same, yet they are very different. So, for every ergonomic need and every hand condition, there's a different shaped computer mouse with different and helpful functionality.

The computer mouse was invented about 40 years ago by Douglas Engelbart. If you search Google for "computer mouse inventor" you can read more about its history. Pictures of the first mouse illustrate a small wooden box filled with techie guts. We've come a long way in 40 years. And, the functionality of the computer mouse has, too.

The missing ergonomic link in modern-day computer mouse technology is heat. The warm mouse is the answer to many ailments and hand injuries. The use of the computer is growing, and it's use is not going to fade or go away anytime soon. As a matter of fact, computer use being on the rise, educators are debating as to whether or not to continue teaching penmanship in schools!

If we rely upon the computer for everyday connections, for Presidential campaigns and for daily tasks, then why wouldn't we begin the introduction of computer work aids to assist in healing and creating a more healthy computer work environment. That's where the warm mouse fits nicely. The warm mouse generates heat to the mouse hand. Whether the mouse hand is cold, sore, tense or stressed, the heat from a warm mouse penetrates deeply through the skin's layers to sore muscles creating a comfortable, relaxed, healthy experience.

The use of a carbon fiber heating element inside the mouse creating infrared heat adds tremondous benefit for using a warm mouse. Infrared heat heals (search Google for "infrared heat heals"). This has been proven and documented by medical practitioners worldwide. Infrared heating pads, lamps, saunas, incubators and NASA space programs use infrared heat. Studies show about 30 minutes of infrared heat daily improves poor circulation by getting blood flowing to constricted blood vessels. What a relief for people who suffer with poor hand circulation from Raynaud's Phenomenon, arthritis and diabetes! Holding a warm mouse at home or at work can make a huge difference for hand pain and comfort when using the computer.

When there's a stiff neck or sore back, a heating pad helps relieve the pain. Similarly, when the computer mouse hand hurts, a warm mouse feels good and creates relief. The positive results of the warm mouse have been so very good it has inspired the manufacture of warm mouse pads, warm keyboard pads, and a vast array of other USB (Universal Serial Bus) connected devices to create heat and warmth for computer users. Plus, the heat created is energy-efficient and cost-effective. No need to crank up the room temperature when a computer's energy is easily converted into creating comfort for its user.

Before you race out to get a warm mouse, make sure you get one with a carbon fiber to generate infrared heat, and be certain to compare prices and shipping costs. Free shipping and purchasing from a reputable supplier is best. Driving to your local office supply store for a warm mouse may be a waste of time. The best place to obtain a warm mouse is online. The search engines are a good place to shop and compare (search Google for "infrared heat computer mouse"). While you are at it, take a look at other heated computer products, too. The warm mouse, the warm mouse pad and the warm keyboard pad are only the beginning of things to get to create an ultimate warm ergonomic computer work environment.


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6 Comments:

At March 19, 2009 at 4:16 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just luv the heated mouse I got. The infrared heat feels great on my cold hands. For the best way to keep your hands warm is to get the mouse hand warmer in combination with the heated mouse or the heated mouse pad. The mouse hand warmer keeps the infrared heat inside. I found mine at IGMproducts.com.

 
At March 20, 2009 at 10:32 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a relief for people like me who suffer with poor hand circulation from Raynaud's Phenomenon. Holding my warm mouse at home and at work makes a huge difference for my hand pain and comfort when using the computer. You can the warm mouse and a mouse hand warmer at IGMproducts.com. They seem to have the largest selection of heated mouse pads and warm mouse.

 
At March 21, 2009 at 1:52 PM , Blogger Arms Smith said...

This could be a great product for people who suffer from Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. This causes impingement that can make the hands go numb or cold. I'm letting my friends know about it :D

 
At March 21, 2009 at 3:28 PM , Blogger Give Me Something to Blog About said...

Thanks. We appreciate all the feedback. I suffered for over 13 years and then decided to do something about the cold mouse hand problem. My cold hands go numb too. Have a great weekend. Take a look here:

ValueRays.com or IGMproducts.com

 
At April 26, 2009 at 7:01 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

i have the valuerays warm mouse and i couldn't be more happy with the results i am getting for my arthritis. i had arthritis thumb surgery about two months ago and at my age, it's taking me a little longer to heal. the infrared heat from the valuerays warm mouse is fantastic. i think i'll sit with the heat turned on while i'm watching TV, too. don't laugh! that's how good it feels.

 
At April 26, 2009 at 7:04 PM , Blogger Give Me Something to Blog About said...

This is super feedback about the ValueRays Warm Mouse. The trademark ValueRays simply stated means Valuable Radiant Infared Heat Rays! And, that's what ValueRays promises it's users. We truly appreciate all the feedback we're getting for all the ValueRays products: Warm Mouse, Warm Mouse Pad, Heated Keyboard Pad and Mouse Hand Warmer. Thank you very much! Hope the pain subsides with the use of USB infrared heaters!

 

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