Treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome - simple exercises and tips.
Pain in the wrist caused by carpal tunnel syndrome is relatively common among those of us who perform repetitive work tasks, such as hacking away on a keyboard with associated mouse work that does nothing better. Fortunately, there are measures you can take in the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome - and an illustrated guide to these can be found in Treat Your Own Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, written by Jim Johnson. It addresses both the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome, but also prevention - which can be just as important in the workplace. Glucosamine sulfate can also have an effect on carpal tunnel syndrome - if the cause is abrasion or osteoarthritis.
- The book also contains 50 illustrations with explanations, exercises and ergonomic tips.
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PS - When the pain is at its worst, one can be used palmrest to relieve the overused area, but it is important not to use this support too much - as it can lead to weaker muscles in the area over time. To avoid this, you can, for example, regulate use only at night.