The world has transformed a lot because of information technology. The distance between places has reduced. Time required for conveying messages from one end of the world, to the other has practically become nil. Yes, the advantages by advancement of information technology cannot be confined to words. It has no limit. Still, the development is not complete. We have enormous opportunities to fulfil what our predecessors might not have even dreamt of. But ever thought of the unpleasant affects on you?
In the earlier days of mankind, he physically worked hard to earn lively hood . Either he had to toil in the field or had to work hard to earn bread. On later days he had to find out and spare sometime for physical exercises to restore his health. But now the technology developed, every second in life had become enormously precious and man started sitting in front of a computer - brain storming - with eagerness to catch up heights, without losing even single second. He forgot of his physical health the thrill, suspense, tension etc.. made him weak mentally. Added to that is the fast food culture. The net result would be entire destruction. The busy schedule and physical stillness deteriorated his health by annihilating the resistance power of body against diseases. Sitting in front of a Computer, Looking at the bright screen for hours together, resulted in eye diseases back pain spondylosis etc. The ultimate result the life span has decreased.
Repetitive strain injury (RSI), also known as Cumulative Trauma Disorder (CTD), occupational overuse syndrome, non-specific arm pain or work related upper limb disorder (WRULD), is the most recent manifestation of illness concepts that link use of the arm to injury or disease. Prior to typewriters or computers there was the concept of "writer's cramp". The basis for this illness concept is the idea that one can overuse a tool, such as a computer keyboard or musical instrument in a way that causes tissue damage leading to pain. Conditions such as RSI tend to be associated with both physical and psychosocial stressors.
Ayurveda is only solution for a permanent cure from all the diseases without any side effects. It brings back the equilibrium of body and mind Ayurveda treatment can be taken as a preventive measure too. Proven positive results show that more than 95% of people have escaped diseases connected to IT by taking Ayurvedic treatment as a precautionary measure.