The carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by increased pressure in the median nerve. This site is a major nerve in the hand, and the task of sensation in the fingers. The median nerve is protected from carpal tunnel syndrome, which causes numbness and pain in the hands and wrists.
Remedies for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Keep knives and other sharp tools to cut well, so you do not have to apply much force (and thus pressure on the median nerve) .
too much not hold firmly with the pen to write.
Wear a wrist, especially at night.
Apply a compress Ice on the wrist hurts, ease the pain.
The symptoms of this disease are gradual. It starts with pain, tremor and numbness of the hands and wrists first, then the entire arm. Thumb, index, ring and middle fingers are affected mainly by numbness. The symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome may worsen during the night.
Causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
The main cause of carpal tunnel syndrome is pressure on the median nerve. The carpal tunnel that protects the nerve has no room to expand, and then any swelling around the tunnel may be due to a pressure. It can also be caused by repetitive movements of the wrist.
Kidney problems can cause fluid retention in the carpal tunnel, and then a pressure on the median nerve.
Originally posted 2012-11-14 21:15:02.