Over the past year, faced with the problem. In normal printing (work, correspondence, typical) start to bulk up the muscles of the forearm (the part of the body from the wrist to the elbow), and then felt heaviness in the arm, a discomfort, like cramping in hand and fingers, and it becomes very difficult to print.
Who faced such problem?
Typing is not very fast, blind printing, about 400-600 words per minute, usually.
Previously printed all day without any problems, and now 5 minutes, and hands "fall off".
If encountered, mark this as solved the problem, please.
Jessica_Turcotte91 answered on March 23rd 20 at 18:45
Perhaps there are clips/the offset in the cervical spine, I would have turned to specialized professionals. It is also possible to difficult venous blood flow, again, in consequence of the clips/offsets, with the result that there is a weight. In General, it is necessary to check the blood vessels and the spine.
Avery_Gleichner answered on March 23rd 20 at 18:47
Try to brace on the arm, usually from static pressure, it is not convenient to hold your hand.