Some of these lesions appear suddenly, while others occur as a result of repetitive tasks and take some time to develop.
Researchers have published in medical journals, injury cases related to technology and even invent names for these newly discovered diseases, some of them very creative.
BlackBerry Thumb and hand iPad
When performing repetitive hand movements, such as rolling the ball of the BlackBerry or sweep the screen of an iPad for a long time, we can gradually damage our muscles, tendons and nerves. These painful lesions are known as repetitive strain injury (RSI).
One of the most severe types of RSI is carpal tunnel syndrome, in which there is too much pressure on a nerve in the wrist. The symptoms are pain, numbness and muscle pain in the hand and fingers.
Trigger finger is another condition LER, where the tendons become inflamed and fingers get stuck in bent position.
A study in Austria showed that people who used cell phones for an average of 10 minutes a day were 71 percent more likely to develop tinnitus than the rest.
The study also found that those who had been using a cell phone for four or more years doubled the risk of chronic beep ears compared to the control group.
For PlayStation palmar hidradenitis
This skin condition is caused by newly identified using the controls on the playstation too long.
The "for PlayStation palmar hidradenitis", or rash PlayStation was first diagnosed in a 12-year-old in Switzerland to attend a Swiss hospital with irritation on the palms of the hands that caused him intense pain, doctors found that before the appearance of lesions, the girl had been playing PlayStation for several hours a day.
Wii have a problem: Nintendinitis and Wiiitis
With the Nintendo console, the player simulates actual movements such as tennis, golf or béisbool, thanks to a control that fits the hand. The problem is that the repetitive motion, sometimes intense, especially in persons unaccustomed to actual physical activity is causing injuries to shoulders, elbows and wrists.
The "Wiiitis" is the latest ailment was generated by video games, which began with the wrist injury by playing "Space Invaders" in 1981, caused by pressing the control button repeatedly.
Headphones may be one of the few remaining refuges to escape the noise that surrounds us today, but carefully, can cause accidents. Studies show that the number of accidents involving pedestrians wearing headphones is growing.
Most of the victims are men under 30 years. More than half of the accidents are caused by trains, and about a third of the vehicles honked his horn before the accident.