Computer users often suffer from aches and pains in the fingers,
arms, neck, eyes, etc. arising from repetitive keyboard and screen
These repetitive strain injuries (RSI) build up over time and can
ultimately prevent use of the computer altogether.
Any such symptoms can generally be reduced (or avoided
altogether) by regularly performing a few simple exercises.
For example, regularly spending a few seconds
to stretch fingers and neck, refocusing the eyes, adjusting seating/viewing positions, etc.
can significantly reduce the likelihood of associated strains.
While this seems like common sense, in practice,
most computer users forget or disregard this advice.
Ache Saver is a simple software application designed to
instruct and schedule users in to regular exercise