blog this ! #3

Blog This !  #3

Electronics continued

Well you all are probably saying to yourselves that I am ultra paranoid about this situation of cell phone idious.

Well let me enlighten you some more issues other than the unbelievable attraction or should I say addiction to the cell phone usage.  I have been watching this fairly closely over the past couple of years.  It is an alarming problem whether or not you think so at the moment. Other than safety issues in public, let me bring up some other points which you may not be aware of.

Some many people now are so addicted to electronic usage is now with a new term for these people. The condition is called Monophobia.  This in laymen’s terms is the fear of being out of mobile phone  contact.

The next item to pay particular attention to is now directly related to ones health condition.  Yes this is true and I have been preaching this for some time.  Well the term was originally related to one who types too much.  You all know what it is Carpal tunnel syndrome.  Well now you can rely on getting some additional issues related to this condition.  It is calleed De Quervain’s tenosynovitis (dih-kwer-VAINS ten-oh-sine-oh-VIE-tis) is a painful condition affecting the tendons on the thumb side of your wrist. It is also know as BlackBerry thumb.           Below you alsso find the exact definaations of these conditions.

De Quervain’s tenosynovitis (dih-kwer-VAINS ten-oh-sine-oh-VIE-tis) is a painful condition affecting the tendons on the thumb side of your wrist. If you have de Quervain’s tenosynovitis, it will probably hurt every time you turn your wrist, grasp anything or make a fist. Symptoms are pain, tenderness, and swelling over the thumb side of the wrist, and difficulty gripping. Although the exact cause of de Quervain’s tenosynovitis isn’t known, any activity that relies on repetitive hand or wrist movement — continual texting,— can make it worse.

Interesting information below obtained from Wikipedia.

230px-Carpal-Tunnel_svgde Quervain Syndrome

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