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BURRRRRnie

Palm Springs, California
Not Diagnosed, I suffer from cold hands when working at the computer.  My right hand, the mouse hand, gets numb.  My finger tips freeze!  I have a blog located at .  I am a member of the AOTA (American Occupational Therapy Association) and research ways to keep hands warm at work.  My favorite thing to do is find things that warm up!  I am a computer geek and spend about 8-12 hours at the computer daily.  My favorite ecommerce website is . ... Full Bio
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Not Diagnosed, I suffer from cold hands when working at the computer.  My right hand, the mouse hand, gets numb.  My finger tips freeze!  I have a blog located at . 

I am a member of the AOTA (American Occupational Therapy Association) and research ways to keep hands warm at work. 

My favorite thing to do is find things that warm up!  I am a computer geek and spend about 8-12 hours at the computer daily. 

My favorite ecommerce website is .  It is a good resource of warming products and information. 

My favorite resource is .  I find all sorts of information I never knew existed.  I blog about the comments made at Wellsphere, and look forward to spending time browsing the site. 

I live on the Desert in Southern California.  It's winter now, and the temperature outside ranges from 40 - 80 degrees Farhenheit.  Regardless of the winter temps, my hands are still freezing!  I wear Ugg boots to keep my toes warm, and my hands are exposed.  When I sit at the computer, I keep my mouse hand inside a Mouse Hand Warmer blanket pouch.  Inside the blanket pouch, there's a heated warm mouse and heated warm mouse pad.  The warming computer devices keep heat insulated inside the blanket pouch.  It's the ONLY way I can sit and work at the computer. 

Looking forward to summer!