You may not have heard of cubital tunnel syndrome, but you can probably imagine what causes “mobile phone elbow.” Doctors compare keeping your elbow bent for long periods of time on mobile calls to “stepping on a garden hose,” and note that numbness, tingling, or aching in the forearm or hand are an early warning you should invest in a hands-free calling solution. How do you make calls more ergonomic and less aggravating to your body, along with your focus?[HealthDay via CNET]
Long-Term Talking Can Cause "Mobile Phone Elbow"
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