Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Massaging and stretching the wrist and finger flexor muscles may help lessen the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
Steps to Relief
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome now affects approximately 10% of the U.S. population. It is the nation’s most disabling and costly health problem, second only to lower-back pain. The repetitive-motion injury, which compresses the median nerve in the carpal tunnel of the wrist, involves weakness, numbness and tingling in the wrist, hands, forearm and fingers. A program of stretching and massaging of the wrist and finger flexor muscles may help lessen the symptoms of many sufferers.
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Additional Stress Relief Tips
Rest and/or active recovery: First of all, ease into workouts. If you haven’t been working out on a regular basis, going full throttle right away, particularly with consecutive-day workouts, is going to result and aching muscles.
Hydrate: Drinking water during and after exercise helps the body rid itself of toxins, while fighting off dehydration, which can result in painful muscles and excruciating muscle cramps.
Proper nutrition: Protein sources are necessary to rebuild muscle tissue and fuel the function of various cells, tissues and enzymes. Carbohydrates are vital, as well.