Category Archives: Carpal Tunnel

How Can You Tell if It’s Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? Recognizing the Signs

carpal tunnel syndromeCarpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that occurs when your median nerve, which travels from the palm of your hand down to your arm, is under pressure or squeezing at the wrist.

This nerve is responsible for controlling sensations traveling to the thumb and most of your fingers. It also helps you to control movement in your digits. However, if the median nerve becomes compressed, this can affect how it functions. As a result, sufferers may experience weakness or numbness in their hand. It may even be painful and have an adverse impact on your life. Continue Reading

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: The Risk Factors and the Causes

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a fairly common condition, which causes highly distinctive symptoms. It normally has a gradual onset, which starts with tingling or loss of sensation in the fingers; particularly the thumb, index and middle finger. People often experience this discomfort when driving, holding a mobile phone or reading a book; and often, the… Continue Reading

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