If vigorous mouse clicking is causing reduced blood flow to my brain, palms, fingers, I would think a deeper seeded medical issue is at work. I would like to think that a generally healthy person should be unphased by such activities. Otherwise, I'd hate to see what a jog around their neighborhood would do to them.
When I play quake too long my hands get really cold so I think stretching my hands when I am playing would be good.
Last edited by eduguy; 03-21-2013 at 10:52 AM.
Well can't say that I am out of shape. I've been heavy lifting for 3 years, stopped a year ago because of the spine problems. Now I swim 3-4 km per week. So I no, I am not
But I have no idea where does that numbness come from
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QL doesn't need more tiers, it needs more players (С)
On a related note (sort of), I wouldn't argue that a comfortable desk chair is a worthwhile investment for anyone who spends multiple hours clicking away. :~)
This is something I keep saying I'm going to buy but never get around to it.
My chair makes granite seem soft, lol.
PC gamers are a crowd that will obsess about tiny amounts of input lag (500hz vs 1000hz for example) when in reality until we invent a fully functional brain to PC input device, your meat vehicle is going to be the biggest bottleneck.
Taking a few minutes a day to do basic stretches is going to help your game. Sitting still staring at a panel of light and manipulating small objects in an extremely repetitive manner is horribly unnatural and over time, WILL give you problems. It's basic physiology.
It's not about being out of shape in the slightest.