Achieving the best ergonomics when working with a mouse requires a vertical mouse or center mouse. The forearm support allows the neck and shoulders to relax. When it comes to ergonomic mouse work, vertical mice offer a good alternative to a center mouse. The vertical mouse provides a neutral, relaxed position for the hand and wrist. When the wrist is in its natural position, the blood circulates properly and the movements do not strain the hand in the same way as a traditional computer mouse. Vertical mice are generally believed to be more suitable for accurate mouse use than center mice, while providing an ergonomic position for the hand.
The use of an forearm support significantly reduces the pressure on the shoulders and neck. Sit or stand near a table. Work your arms close to your body centrally to the keyboard and mouse. Work your hands as flat as possible to prevent RSI (Repetitive strain injury).
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