Posture is key to understanding the mechanics of RSI. Poor posture is a major contributing factor to the development of Repetitive Stress Injuries, along with sitting without breaks for long periods of time. These practices along with the arms being out from the body, flexed for typing, are major components in the development of RSI because of the strain placed upon many muscles throughout the body. These muscles can shorten and become denser, which leads to a decrease in circulation to the shoulders, neck, and arms. The good news is that a person can completely prevent RSI, and can also reverse it by improving their posture and following a few simple rules while working.

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