The carpal tunnel is found on the palm side of the wrist. It is a narrow passageway that runs from the wrist to the hand. It is made up of bones, ligaments, and tendons. Symptoms include numbness, tingling and pain, usually in your thumb and the first three fingers of your hands. Carpal tunnel syndrome happens when the median nerve, which runs from your forearm to your hand through a narrow space called tunnel, is pinched and compressed.
Repetitive hand movements, specially if the wrist is bent so that your hands are lower than your wrists.
Using computer a lot.
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, Generosa Dingal, LMT from Gen Spa can help:
*Pain in your arm between your hand and elbow
*Tingling, weakness, numbness or pain in the fingers or hand
*Accidentally dropping things
*Cannot pinch your thumb and index finger together
*Cannot open the jar
*Your pinch is weak
*Difficulty buttoning your clothes
*When shaking your hands you find temporary relief
*difficulty to fall asleep at night due to pain
Generosa Dingal, LMT has a unique approach to help you heal naturally.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Home Remedy and Natural Healing:
Stretching- We all know stretching is good for us, specially before and after running or working out. Any of the following stretches are helpful. try to get a deep stretch but pay attention to any pain you experience, and stop if anything feels uncomfortable. You can do all of these as a regimen, or use the one that work for you. Just remember to keep stretching and keep limber.
Hands stretching for carpal tunnel syndrome
Twist the wrist. twist gently to the limit in both directions, using the other hand to assist and maximize the stretch.
Flex and extend the wrist. This can be done using one hand to help stretch the other, or using your table or other fixed object to provide resistance. You want to flex it as far as it will go and then extend it. Repeat several times for each hand.
Make tight first, then relax, repeating several times.
Flex and extend all fingers and thumbs several times.
Do wrist rotations several times in each direction for each hand. Make a fist and flex it downward at the wrist, then make circles, slowly in each direction.
Warm water- Immerse your hand in warm water with a temperature between 92 and 100 degrees and gently move or flex your hand and wrist. Do this 3 to 6 times a day.
Ice- Ice your wrist or soak it in an ice bath for 10 minutes to 15 minutes once or twice an hour.
Massage the area or see Generosa Dingal, LMT at Gen Spa www.genspa.com for trigger point massage treatment to relieve the pain.
Gently shake your hand and wrist or hanging your hand over the side of the bed.
Paraffin bath- A wax treatment acts as a type of thermotherapy, or heat therapy, that helps treat these conditions by increasing blood flow, relaxing muscles and reducing stiffness in joints.
Heat pad- Heat therapy can help relieve pain from the muscle spasm and related tightness of the hand muscles. In the form of heating pads, heat wraps, hand hot baths, warm gel packs, etc. are both inexpensive way of healing your pain.
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Disclaimer: The content of all article is informational only, cannot be substitute for medical advice. For proper diagnosis, you should seek a medical Doctor or Specialist. Let your doctor know you’re trying massage, exercises or doing cleanse for your body, and be sure to follow any doctors standard treatment plans you may have.