Advice for carpal tunnel syndrome cure

Useful tips  to treat carpal tunnel syndrome

General guidelines to cure carpal tunnel syndrome

  • Rest for 2-3 weeks without manual efforts.
  • Stop any activity that triggers pain in the wrist or hand.
  • Apply cold compresses to the area (anti-inflammatory). A bag of frozen peas or crushed ice bag can be a good choice, as it adapts to the wrist.
  • In case of arthritis or diabetes, these diseases must be treated first.
  • Go to the doctor, rheumatologist or orthopedist.

Conventional medicine for carpal tunnel syndrome

Conventional medicine offers these drugs or solutions to treat it:

  • Anti-inflammatory drugs such as aspirin, paracetamol, etc..: Relieve inflammation and also have analgesic properties for pain.
  • Diuretics to remove fluid retention and reduce pressure within the carpal tunnel.
  • Orthopedist: proper splinting. Ergonomic accessories at work (for example, ergonomic keyboard or mouse in case of persons working with a computer).
  • Physiotherapist: Exercises to strengthen the wrist.
  • Surgery: Carpal tunnel release when there is pain and weakness in the hand, loss of strength.

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by inflammation of the wrist which compresses the nerve of the hand, showing signs of pain.

Complementary therapies to cure carpal tunnel syndrome

  • Diet for carpal tunnel syndrome: proper diet with anti-inflammatory foods and diuretics. Avoid saturated fats and tartrazine.
  • Phytotherapy: Remedies with anti-inflammatory, purifying and analgesic plants to relieve inflammation and pain.
  • Nutritional supplements: Cover nutritional deficiencies of vitamin B6 and B2 which are usually present in this disease

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Written by Editorial Botanical-online team in charge of content writing

6 April, 2020

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