New Year’s resolutions? Operate your mouse correctly

At the start of the new year, we like to make New Year’s resolutions. The chances are that one of your New Year’s resolutions is to become more active this year. In fact, this is one of the top 3 New Year’s resolutions for 2019.

But how do you start? Just purchasing a gym subscription is not the right approach! You start out with all the right intensions, but in practice, an intense sports regime usually turns out to be short-lived. For good intentions to become a reality, a behavioural change is required. And that is exactly what the majority of us have most trouble with ...


What if you start with a change that does not require much effort and still produces a great outcome? How much time do you spend every day behind a screen? Research by the Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences shows that school-aged children use a screen for an average of 6.5 hours per day. Many people suffer from physical complaints after working at a computer. More than 60% of children have pain after using a screen. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle, then you also want to stay healthy at work. And if you want to stay healthy at work, you need to start using your computer mouse correctly.

Did you know that the shape of the mouse can encourage you to use it in a healthy way? Unconsciously, you are stimulated to hold and operate the mouse correctly and this prevents health problems.

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Tags: ergonomic mice, ergonomics