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Ergonomic Mouse Mats with Wrist Support - Reduce Your Wrist Pain

Updated on September 14, 2014

Whether you have carpal tunnel, sore wrists, or want to prevent such issues, you need to use mouse mats with wrist support. Not only will one of this reduce the pain in your wrist, hand, and arm, it may save you from surgery down the road. Luckily, most are not a huge expense. Each of these is best for providing instant relief, are cheap to buy, and come with many 5 star reviews.

Which is the Best?

The best mouse pad with wrist support for you may just be one of personal preference. Some prefer gel or support that is off to one side rather than the middle.

Kensington Memory Foam Review

Instead of having the support in the middle, it is off to the right side making it exceptionally well placed for those who use the computer mouse with their right hand. It's padded with memory foam, has a cover that repels dirt and sweat, and is hypoallergenic. Comes in blue and black.

A Gel Mouse Pad with Wrist Rest - Innovera Review

A gel support is the one I use. I like the feel and that it stays cool in the summer.

If you prefer a gel one, then this is the one for you. The support is centered so it works for both right and left handed people. Comes in dark grey, light blue, and purple, and it is inexpensive.

Wrist Support without the Mouse Mat

If you don' t need the mouse pad, then this gel pad lets you still use your mouse in comfort. It lets you position at any angle that is comfortable to you without running into problems with the pad surface area being too small. Also best if you work at different computers throughout the day. You can easily keep this in your bag to use with any computer.

Large Mouse Wrist Support

If you want larger, this IMAK mouse cushion gives you a large area to place your wrist. It contains beads to massage as you work. You can even freeze it for extra relief of tired or sore wrists.

More Help for Hurting Wrists

Using a wrist wrap and having the proper computer desk set up will also help any pain you have in your wrists or arms. Make sure your elbows are at a 90-degree angle when typing and your wrist is not floating in air - it should have support or something to rest on. A pad below the keyboard is also helpful.


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