Goofy Mousing Is Good For Your Brain (And Your Health)
Posted by telecommatt on September 26, 2007
Not kidding– I’ve been doing this for years and everyone told me I was weird! It helps with back and neck strain too.
Blogger Dumb Little Man says that being ambidextrous with the mouse can increase your brain power:
switching the side of your mouse-pad you will force yourself to use
your non-dominant hand. This, in turn, will stimulate the neural
connections between the right and left hemispheres on your brain.
Scientific research confirmed that people that use both hands equally
have 10% more nerve fibers joining the two sides of the brain.
Mousing “goofy” can also help you stop RSI. Here’s how to train yourself to mouse with the other hand.
3 Easy Ways to Improve Your Brain Power [Dumb Little Man]
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