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Preventive ways against Carpal tunnel surgery

Lifestyle is one and the main predisposing factor of having Carpal tunnel syndrome. This includes your work, the foods you eat, the adequacy of nutrition and supplements you take in and your exercise. CTS is associated with too much use of muscles that causes muscle tightness which results to restricted circulation. In order to prevent [...]

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Carpal Tunnel Pain Relief

Carpal Tunnel Pain Relief Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is due to the compression of the median nerve traveling through the carpal tunnel. It affects the hand by altering the sensory pattern and producing painful sensation. A person who suffers carpal tunnel syndrome might experience numbness, tingling sensation and most of all carpal tunnel pain.   Experiencing [...]

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Facts About Carpal Tunnel Cures

Whenever somebody would talk about cure, most commonly, the idea that comes in is medicine. However, there are some ailments that would not require you to take drugs or other maintenance medications; one example is Carpal tunnel syndrome. Most likely, people would misunderstand CTS. A fact that you must know; CTS is not caused by [...]

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Review of CTS Knumb Me Oil – How Its Ingredients Work

Once your doctor says you have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, the choice of management that he will give you are the following; hand splint, analgesics prescriptions, or surgery. However, there are some alternative to these management modalities. You can make use of natural products that are made up of scientifically proven as effective remedy for Carpal [...]

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What Is Pregnancy Carpal Tunnel? When Does It Go Away?

Expectant mothers often experience many of the symptoms of Carpel Tunnel Syndrome (CTS), although there is nothing wrong with their wrists, their median nerve nor their Carpal Tunnel. So, what is causing the problem? It’s a result of extra fluid in their body from their pregnancy. The good news is that no permanent damage will [...]

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Typing at a Keyboard Causes Carpal Tunnel Syndrome(CTS), Right?

The American Academy of Neurology collaborated with the Mayo Clinic to study the relationship between keyboarding and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. They found no evidence that typing for even up to seven hours a day week after week will provoke the onset of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. They looked at 257 computer typists in a controlled situation. [...]

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Can Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Affect Other Parts of My Body Besides My Hands?

Many people wonder whether Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can affect other parts of their body besides their hand. If you are one such people, you can be rest assured all your question regarding that will be answered in this brief article. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (sometimes referred to as CTS for short) affects people when there is [...]

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How Do I Know If I Have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – or Something Else Altogether?

Watch a bicycle racer and you’ll notice a great deal of the rider’s weight is focused on the feet and hands. Sure, riders do sit back on the bicycle seat, however when pushing up a hill, accelerating or fighting for position, a great deal of weight is on the hands, which not only steer, but [...]

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The Montgomery Method: 12 Easy Steps For Prevention & Medical Care

Several years ago, a massage therapist well out of the medical mainstream wrote a startling book, “End Your Carpal Tunnel Pain Without Surgery.” It became a cult bestseller since it is so well-written and upbeat. It encourages Carpel Tunnel Syndrome(CTS) sufferers that there is hope – and offers a 15-minute daily exercise and stretching program. [...]

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Do You Really Have CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME (CTS)?

Don’t be so quick to self-diagnose. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome produces a variety of symptoms that range from mild to extreme. Usually the discomfort worsens over time. But it’s entirely possible that you have something else. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) patients report numbness, tingling and burning sensations in their thumb and fingers. Pain also can develop [...]

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