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CarpalTunnelSyndromeHub Carpal Tunnel Cure Series


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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a condition which can manifest itself within any of us during any stage in our lives. Anyone who performs repetitive motions in their everyday routines whether it be at work, home, school or even fitness regime, may be susceptible to this disorder. The main problem is not necessarily the treatment of this condition but identifying the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in the first place. The earlier a sufferer identifies either via a medical professional or self diagnosis that they are experiencing all or some of these symptoms, they can react quickly and therefore avoid any long term severe problems. Our instinct with all things that cause us pain is to slow down and "nurse" the symptoms. For example if we bang our head, slip on a banana skin or fall off our bike, once we realise nothing has been broken, we tend to rest a while in order to aid recovery. This should not be so with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Whilst using a brace to support the arm during sleep can provide some short term relief, actually the best way to alleviate the discomfort caused by Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is to counter the effects of the repetitive motions causing the problem with a routine of exercises specifically designed to relieve the symptoms. Information about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome has been somewhat scarce until more recently with advice appearing on the web. For those who are still in the dark as to what the symptoms actually are, here is a brief explanation. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (also referred to as CTS) symptoms include a numbness or tingling sensation in the wrist and hands. As the condition progresses, there can also be some swelling of the wrist/arm followed by the inevitable pain and discomfort. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, then help and advise is on hand. Whilst there are some rather invasive treatments which may be offered by a doctor at a later stage, it is more than possible to self treat the condition and cure it through adopting an exercise routine specifically aimed at CTS. Quite frankly, treating CTS through appropriate exercise has been found to be extremely successful and is absolutely the best way forward.

The exercises are very simple and easy to learn. They can be self taught by watching and copying our video demonstrations. Before you know it, you will be performing the exercises throughout the day without any interruption to your life.

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