This woman feels pain in her palm after about a minute of using her computer mouse, and is wondering if she's experiencing a sensitivity to the electronic impulses, or electro-pollution. Has anyone had a similar experience? Suggestions on how to handle this would be appreciated. Regarding EMF sensitivity, a Q-link necklace can have some benefit. Try to minimise things like metal beds, which tend to attract electromagnetic fields. You may need a comprehensive approach of shielding and abatement if there is a lot of sensitivity. Check out Roger Tolce's website, www.bugsweeps.com. A few readers felt that this problem is more likely a result of mechanical strain, especially if other electronic devices (mobile phones, land phones, hair dryers, etc.) don't cause a problem. In that case, take vitamin B complex (this is good for stress too). An osteopath recommends trying another "rodent" - a pointing device that isn't a mouse, such as a trackball or joystick. The action of gripping the mouse between the thumb and little fingers while moving other fingers on the buttons can often cause a strain, especially if your posture is incorrect, the mouse is too far away, or there is not enough room on your desk.