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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

My Wrist Hurts SO Much

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Why Do My Wrists Hurt So Much?

The root of the problem causing most of the pain and numbness in your hand, fingers, and thumb is pressure on the median nerve. So what is the median nerve?

The median nerve passes through a narrow confined space in the wrist to your hand. It provides the motor and sensory functions to your thumb and fingers. When the nerve becomes squeezed or compressed it causes a variety of symptoms including pain, tingling, loss of feeling and control.

How does the median nerve come under pressure?


Do You feel like you're losing your grip?

Do your hands continue to become worse with soreness, tingling, and pain?

You might be thinking the soreness and pain will eventually go away. But, most often it doesn't. Matter of fact, it just becomes continually worse, until your doctor probably recommends an invasive "release operation". Can you avoid it? That would depend on the severity of your condition.

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Wear them as often as you like. The more you wear these new Carpal Tunnel Gloves, the more the far infrared energy soothes the painful swelling and discomfort in your hands and wrists.

 

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Think of it this way. How much can you afford to lose? Your income? Your Self-esteem? The trust of your employer? If you become a liability to them because of loss of productivity or the threat of compensation, then they're going to figure a way to get rid of you.

Wouldn’t it make more sense to get help now, rather than try and stave off the inevitable? If you do nothing to reduce the swelling of tendons and soft tissues within the carpal tunnel of your hands, then you will eventually be faced with a carpal tunnel release operation.

Don’t believe me? Then ask your physician and don’t be surprised at the answer?