Pain Relief for Carpal Tunnel

Natural Relief from Painful Carpal Tunnel Symptoms

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is caused by pressure on the median nerve in your wrist. Constriction of the median nerve causes numbness, tingling, weakness, and pain in your hand. The median nerve and several other tendons run from your forearm to your hand through a small space in your wrist called the carpal tunnel. The median nerve is essential to hand mobility and feeling. Anything that causes the median nerve to become constricted can cause painful carpal tunnel symptoms including arthritis, or repetitive hand and wrist motions. The instances of carpal tunnel, particularly in recent years,  has increased to to  the use of keyboards and other such technology that causes the wrist to be turned downward for long periods of time.

If you have recently started experiencing the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome it is recommended that you reduce the activity causing constriction of the median nerve. This may include taking longer breaks between long hours typing at your computer. Doctors also recommend icing your wrist for 1-2 minutes every hour to help relieve painful inflammation. The Thermalon Carpal Cuff is an innovative and natural solution to help you incorporate recovery into your daily routine at home or in the office. The Carpal Cuff can be used to administer cold therapy and moist heat therapy. Simply store the Carpal Cuff in your freezer prior to use to administer soothing cold therapy to your wrist, easing constriction around the median nerve and reducing painful symptoms. Simply microwave for 30 seconds and reapply for deep penetrating moist heat therapy.

The Thermalon Carpal Cuff is designed to be comfortably worn without interrupting your productive routine. Simply slip the cuff over your wrist and resume your normal activities. The Carpal Cuff can be easily worn while working on your computer without reducing your mobility or your ability to type, making it easier than ever to incorporate these recovery techniques into your daily life.

If your symptoms continue, consult your doctor as the symptoms you are experiencing may be caused by a pinched nerve in your neck or other spine related issues.

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