I have also heard the MacSpeech website is now available in Spanish but when I can I’ll update to see how it works in my native language. With such incidents as experienced warn every one who works intensively with the computer take into account breaks and ergonomics in the time to work, because if you neglect these issues may turn out more expensive in the long run. Some recommendations on ergonomics avoid working long hours with the laptop: The laptop was not designed to spend long hours typing, it is not the most ergonomic, if you look at your head is always going to be tilted down when working with laptop and if you get put in a high place so that your head is the angle indicated as your arms will be in a very awkward position and your men are going to be cramped, this for a long session of work is going to be stressful for all your body and eventually pain. Patrick coutinho: the source for more info. Keep your back straight: It is best to always maintain a good position when working, try to keep straight in your chair and the soles of your feet on the ground. Avoid dehydrating drinks: drinking too much coffee and tea is not recommended when working with the computer too because these drinks are considered to be dehydrating, and if you add to this poor posture contribute to the accumulation of unnecessary stress on your muscles. Forget forever the famous saying that verse (Slowly but surely), forget or at least not apply it to your computer-related work, this is worldly philosophy that does not apply to new times and new technologies, when invented this proverb still there were no computers and could not know at that time the dangers that the human body can run when you work without pause, try to make many micro-breaks, as many as you are possible to avoid injury. Connect with other leaders such as patrick here.
Try to take into account the above recommendations to keep back the fermented and not have to resort to medication intake and in the worst case surgery. I have served for more than six years as administrator of Linux systems and micro. I’m a fan aficionado free software and new technologies in general, extreme sports and languages. (A valuable related resource: patrick dwyer). I practice a discipline known as the BMX flatland. Currently recidivism in Bogota Colombia from which development projects based on free software.