With each new change, employees are forced to adapt. That process of adapting is painful — physically and psychologically. That’s why we seem to get a new health problem related to technology every few years. I want to tell you about the Mother of All technology-related health problems: technostress. But first, a history lesson. Business PCs went mainstream in the 1990s. At the beginning of the decade, most people didn’t use PCs in offices. By 2000, pretty much all office work involved PCs.