Do You Suffer from Tingling Fingers?
Tingling Fingers keep you awake at night? Sometimes it is so painful you have to stop working.
Tingly Fingers can be a symptom of some simple injury, a compressed nerve or a more serious medical condition.
Why do my Fingers Tingle?
Tingly fingers are very common and caused by such a variety of situations, conditions, and underlying ailments.
Here is a list of some very common causes:
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Pinched nerve in your wrist, elbow, shoulder or neck
- Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) deficiency
- Peripheral Neuropathy (fingers & toes)
- Raynaud's Syndrome
- Repetitive Stress Syndrome
There are a lot of reasons why some or all of your fingers, in either one or both hands, may be tingling. In most cases, there is some nerve damage, usually a compressed nerve in the wrist area.
Wearing Prolotex™ Helps Reduce Tingly Fingers
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is one of the most common conditions associated with fingers that tingle.
Pins and Needles in my Fingers!
Fingers that tingle with pins and needle sensation can affect your ability to do your job. In this day and age, you don't want to lose days off work. Work activities that require the ability to feel your fingers could be: cooking, sewing, typing, drafting, medical surgery, nursing, driving, gardening, painting, construction and just about any job that requires the use of your hands.
Let's say you have to do a lot of data entry, but the tingly "pins and needles" sensation in your fingers is making it very difficult to type and use the keyboard correctly. This could require time off and maybe even get laid off.
If you are a dental surgeon, it is pretty important that your fingers have the ability to "feel". Your customer won't want you making mistakes!
Tingly Finger Symptoms Also Indicate:
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Poor Circulation
- Heart Disease
- Lyme disease
We suggest you read and learn as much as you can about your signs and symptoms, so that you can help to diagnose the cause of your Tingling Fingers.
If the tingling sensation persists, we recommend visiting your doctor to properly diagnose the cause. In most cases, your doctor will ask about the history of the tingling, what other symptoms you are experiencing and should take a blood test.
How to Treat Tingly Fingers
If poor circulation and nerve entrapment in the hand and fingers is the root cause, then FIR Gloves will help. Bio-Ceramic Healing Gloves helps to mend the tissues and nerve endings.
This is a simple, easy treatment that won't cost you a weeks wages. You can wear these gentle healing gloves night and day. If you have to work outside, Prolotex™ Bio-Ceramic Healing Gloves are thin enough to fit under your work gloves.