Anyone out there know some good exercises for those who illustrate exclusively on the computer?I generally will spend 6-10 hours straight on the computer everyday and I just don't know the proper intervals or stretches to do to stay healthy and keep from hurting myself. I've gone the past 10 years without issue, but it's finally starting to catch up with me.... Any and all advise is appreciated! Just FYI to go along with the picture:I'm on a Macbook laptop with a Bamboo 4x6" tablet. I sit at my desk that's probably a little too short for me and my computer and tablet sit flat on the table. I also frequently lay on the floor and draw when my back starts hurting too much from sitting at my desk. My chair is very plain and wooden, so I lay a blanket over it and that helps a little. I've been icing my wrist and arm up to my elbow, as well as wrapping my wrist in ace wrap while I draw to try to limit the mobility of my wrist and encourage myself to use my whole arm while I draw (which in turn hurts my arm while I'm learning, but oh well). I'm going to try to limit my activity to absolutely essential drawing tasks for about a week to see if that helps.