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The Best CTS Pain Treatment You Can Do Now

Author : Allan Stewart


Carpal Tunnel Syndrome occurs when frequent and repetitive motions cause inflammation of the tendons in the wrist. This causes intense pain and can prevent sufferers from engaging in everyday activities such as typing and writing. In fact, thousands of people go on disability leave from work each year due to the symptoms suffered from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

While surgery for Carpal Tunnel can be effective for treating the illness, there are treatments that you can do right now to receive immediate relief:

First, wrapping an ice pack around your wrist can be an extremely therapeutic measure. Since pretty much everyone has some ice in their freezers it is a remedy that can be done at any time. Ice helps reduce inflammation of the tendons it also soothes the pain associated with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

Secondly, wearing a wrist splint can also be helpful in reducing pain. A wrist splint can be made at home by putting two rectangular boards on each side of the wrist and binding them with tape. The splint should not be too tight, but the wrist should also not be able to bend at all in the splint in order for it to be effective.

Thirdly, if you must use your computer, be sure to purchase an ergonomic aid so that your wrists will be kept straight as you type. Make sure to rest your wrists every half hour for a few minutes in order to give your tendons a chance to relax.

In addition, massaging the affected area can also help reduce the pain associated with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Use massage oil to rub the affected area in a circular motion for five to ten minutes each day.

If you want to learn more effective ways to naturally cure your carpal tunnel problem, check out the Natural Carpal Tunnel Treatment guide - read my review of it on my links below and then download it.

A Final Thought on Carpal Home Treatments:

Lastly, there are some over the counter medications that can give you some relief from the pain associated with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory drugs such as aspirin, ibuprofen and naproxen help reduce pain and swelling associated with the syndrome. You should contact your doctor before beginning these drugs to discuss any possible side effects, risks or drug interactions.

However, before going the medical route, try out this natural remedy. These natural treatments work really well for most people on their Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.


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My name is Allan Stewart and I have several websites dedicated to health and well
being for people and pets.


Want to learn more about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, go to: carpal tunnel remedies Or visit my website at Carpal Tunnel Relief for more facts about carpal tunnel.



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Tags:   carpal tunnel, carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist pain, carpal tunnel pain, home remedies

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