First World Workplace Injuries!

When I am really tired or stressed, my eyelid twitches. It’s really attractive. It will usually go away on its own.

At my old office, I had a very strange desk that caused me to develop a pretty serious back problem–a pinched nerve in my shoulder that would cause intermittent tingling sensations in my arm and almost constant pain. I got acupuncture for it.

I used to suffer from the same pinched nerve when I would work in cramped little light booths as a stage manager. I remember once going and calling cues while lying down on the floor because my back was too tense from being hunched over the board for so long.

Once I spilled coffee on my hand on my way to work. Does this count?

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