Easy Treatments for Wrist and Hand Pain


Easy Treatments for Wrist and Hand Pain

Don’t Over Do It

Often times we spend too much time putting too much strain on our bodies, our hands and wrists in particular. Repetitive motions can cause stress on the wrists and lead to wrist and hand pain and even arthritis and/or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. So take frequent breaks and don’t overwork the wrist.  

Massage

A therapeutic massage by a certified therapist can provide some much needed pain relief for sufferers of arthritis and carpal tunnel.   

Hot / Cold Compress

Alternating an ice pack and a heating pad or hot, wet towel on the affected area can help heal and relieve the wrist and hand pain. Alternating hot and cold on areas of muscle and joint pain forces blood in and out of the capillaries bringing nutrition to the affected muscles and flushing waste out of the affected area.

Yoga Hands

Yoga Hands are a set of devices that are worn on the hands to provide gentle stretching to help relieve wrist and hand pain, cramping and fatigue. Yoga Hands are made of sturdy plastic with foam wedges in which you slip your fingers through. They gently stretch your hands, can improve circulation and relieve pain from the hands and wrist.
  

yoga hands wrist pain relief

They are comfortable to wear but you want to start out slow and wear them for just a few minutes at a time when you first start using them. Your muscles and joints are likely stiff, by using Yoga Hands overtime your hand muscles and joints will become more flexible and you can gradually use the product for longer periods of time. Yoga Hands (and Yoga Toes if you’re having foot pain as well) are available online at YogaPro for $39.95.

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Comments

  1. jamjam2002 says:

    To relieve hand and wrist pain I use lotion and have my husband massage them

  2. shannon Baas says:

    stretch the muscles.

  3. karen mayernick says:

    Soaking in a hot epson salt bath really helps relieve the pain. thanks for the chance !

  4. These look amazing. One of my wrists is in pain all the time. Unfortunately i think its my own fault and should be called iphoneitis!

  5. massaging and stretching helps

  6. Stretch before you know you’ll use ’em and overwork them. Prevention!

  7. When I’m working at the computer a lot, I try to remember to take short breaks and rotate my wrists for a minute or so.

  8. Gentle massage is the main thing I do to relieve wrist and hand pain. When I will be doing something with my hands for any length of time, I also wear a compression glove which really helps prevent wrist and hand pain! Yoga hands sounds like a neat device and I’d love to try it out.

  9. Laurie Emerson says:

    I am always sitting and typing all and had the worst wrist pain. I know get up every so often and apply a warm facecloth to my wrist for a few minutes then a cold one. It really helps.

  10. Christine says:

    stretching

  11. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I use something called a smart glove for the computer which eliminates some of the wrist pain

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