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Matatizo yanayosababishwa na kutumia computer muda mrefu

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    SAMWELY Member

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    Hello JF mebers! mm ni mwanafunz na nimekuwa na tabia ya kutumia laptop kusomea kila siku coz material niliyonayo mengi ni soft copy. kwa sasa ni takribani mwaka wa pili huu ninatumia bila protection yeyote na huwa natumia hata zaid ya masaa sita per day.
    Je ni matatizo gan ya kiafya yanayoweza kunipata baadae na hata sasa hiv?
    Je nn cha kufanya ili nisiwe affected?
     
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    Binafsi nimekuwa nikitumia kompyuta kwa miaka takribano thelathini na bado naendelea kuitumia mpaka nitakapofikisha umri wa kustaafu. Bado sijaona tatizo kubwa kwa upande wangu. Sidhani kama utakuwa affected na chochote.
     
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    drphone JF-Expert Member

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    mm nimetumia kwa 11 yrs now kila siku cjaona madhara yoyote yale mpaka leo
     
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    mwabaluhi JF-Expert Member

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    Ama kweli vidole havilingani, me nimebofya keyboard ya komputa kwa mara ya kwanza mwaka 2002. Hivyo huu ni mwaka wangu wa 9 natumia kompyuta.
     
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    LOOOK JF-Expert Member

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    mie ndo sisemi kabisaaaaa maana hadi nalala nayo..
     
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    Averos JF-Expert Member

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    Kimsingi yapo matatizo yanayoweza kusababishwa na kutumia computer kwa muda mrefu, kutopata matatizo haina maana kuwa hayapo bali inategemea na set up ya mwili wako. Mtumiaji wa computer kwa muda mrefu anaweza kupata maumivu ya kichwa na macho yake kuuma,. Hii ni kwa sababu ya kukodoa macho kwenye computer kwa muda mrefu BILA KUPWESA. Kitendo cha kutopwesa kina madhara kiafya na mara nyingi mtu akitumia computer huwa anakodoa macho directly na hapwesi. Ili kuondoa madhara hayo inashauriwa mtu awe anapwesa kila baada ya muda fulani.
     
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    wende JF-Expert Member

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    Nami with my laptop at home,pamoja na desk tops za kazini huu sasa ni mwaka wa 6. Nikifika tu toka job,nahamia ktk laptop ya home for more than 3hours na bado sijaona madhara yoyote yale.
     
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    Physical symptoms of using Computer

    Japanese researchers recently found that among 25,000 office workers surveyed over three years, people who spent the most time in front of a computer screen suffered most from such symptoms as back pain, anxiety and insomnia. People with the worst symptoms spent five or more hours a day computer-bound.

    Toronto-based productivity expert Mark Ellwood advises becoming aware of how much time you might be spending on nonessential computer tasks. "The average computer user spends 40 minutes a day on unnecessary e-mail," he says, but many tasks could be handled another way. For example, he suggests that if you exchange e-mails back and forth more than three times, you should pick up the phone to communicate. You can also print out online materials and e-mails,. then read them on paper. Also try making weekends screenfree.

    Internet or computer addiction can also cause physical discomfort such as:

    • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (pain and numbness in hands and wrists)
    • Dry eyes or strained vision
    • Back aches and neck aches; severe headaches
    • Sleep disturbances
    • Pronounced weight gain or weight loss
     
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    Mamndenyi JF-Expert Member

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    Nimetumia computer since 1994 sijaona shida, kwa sasa natumia sana asali ili kujiweka fit zaidi.
     
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    Monasha JF-Expert Member

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    Dah! tuambie asali inasaidaje nasi tujue
     
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    Leornado JF-Expert Member

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    Dah kati ya hayo madhara uliyotaja hapo juu, matatu ninayo tayari, ina maana hu utumiaji wa komputer kwa masaa zaidi ya kumi na mbili kwa siku umeshaanza kuniadhiri.

    Sasa solution yake nini ukizingatia kibarua kinahitaji komputer?
     
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    Mamndenyi JF-Expert Member

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    google asali then utasoma mwenyewe.
     
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    kusema kweli computer haina tatizo kama utatumia kwa kuda unaostahili na kukaa vile inavyotakiwa nina miaka takriban 12 natumia computer na sivai hat miwani sembuse kuwa na tatizo lolote and my job is 100% computer. angalia video hiyo kwa faida yako.
     
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    Samwely chunga sana nguvu za uume. Usisahau kunyoosha misuli husika!
     
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    Vin Diesel JF Gold Member

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    nimetumia comp kwa ten yrs now na sijapata madhara yoyote...jitahidi kufanya mazoezi kwani kukaa eneo moja kwa six hours straight si nzuri sana kiafya.
     
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    While most Americans have heard of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, not as many have heard of Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). This condition most often occurs when the viewing demand of the task exceeds the visual abilities of the computer user. The American Optometric Association defines CVS as that ‘complex of eye and vision problems related to near work which are experience during or related to computer use'. The symptoms can vary but mostly include eyestrain, headaches, blurred vision (distance and/or near), dry and irritated eyes, slow refocusing, neck and/or backache, light sensitivity, double vision and color distortion.

    The causes for the inefficiencies and the visual symptoms are a combination of individual visual problems and poor office ergonomics. Poor office ergonomics can be further divided into poor workplace conditions and improper work habits. A survey of computer users by NIOSH in 1991 concluded that two-thirds of the complaints were related to vision problems while one-third was due to environmental factors. Many people have marginal vision disorders that do not cause symptoms when performing less demanding visual tasks. However, it has also been shown that computer users also have a higher incidence of complaints than non-computer users in the same environment.

    When considering the relationship of CVS to the eyecare industry, consider that there are roughly 85 million eye exams performed every year. Of those, about 17% are initiated due to symptoms related to computer use. That translates into approximately $1.15-2 BILLION cost to the US economy.

    Some people whose jobs involve intensive keyboard use have reported experiencing pain in their wrists, arms, and neck. This type of disorder has been variously categorized as regional musculoskeletal disorder (R-MSD), cumulative trauma disorder (CTD), and repetitive stress injury (RSI). These are "catch-all" terms that refer to a variety of soft-tissue ailments in the upper limbs such as tendonitis, tenosynovitis, rheumatism, and carpal tunnel syndrome, and are not specific medical diagnoses. A qualified medical practitioner to define the precise nature of the disorder, institute appropriate treatment, and identify causal or aggravating factors amenable to modification should evaluate pain or discomfort that persists or impairs normal activities. When any of these conditions develop related to work factors, they are collectively known as Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders (WRMSDs).

    Let's take a look at some of the general definitions of MSDs and compare them to CVS. The symptoms of WRMSDs are work-related and associated with repetitive activity; the problems are related to disorders of muscles, tendons, bones and nerves; problems occur or are aggravated by repeated movements and a lengthy time is required for problems to develop and for the person to recover. All of these conditions exist for MSDs and for CVS as well. Thus, it is logical to say that CVS is a musculoskeletal disorder that deserves special attention and treatment.

    The three areas that we'll be discussing regarding CVS are: 1. The computer hardware 2. The computer using environment 3. The computer using patient.

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