You are here: Home > Message Boards > Health Talk >  Medical Conditions >Dealing with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Health Talk  Discussion Forum
 
Medical Conditions:Dealing with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
2007-09-14
Name: Editor Have you ever experienced Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? How did it affect your life? What method did you use to cure it?
Subscribe to this conversation Reply Anonymously

 

2009-06-02
#1
Name: Gabriel Josh
Subject:  Try this easy exercise
Try this easy exercise to stretch the tendons and ease the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome.

1. Extend your wrists and fingers outward, ahead of your body, positioning your hands and fingers toward the ceiling, like you are signaling someone to \" stop\" .

2. Wait five seconds in this position, then relax and straighten both wrists in front of the torso.

3. Keeping the arms straight out front, clench both hands in a fist.

4. Rotate the wrists down to the floor while maintaining a fist and then hold for five seconds.

5. Relax and straighten both wrists and hands into their normal position and repeat the above steps for as many as five to seven more times.
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2008-05-27
#2
Name: preet
Subject:  Carple Tunnel Syndrome
I also suffered from CTS a year ago after my delivery. But by God' s grace now i' m all fine . I consulted the neurologist and he injected some medicine through injection in my wrist. After that now i' m away from this disease.
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2007-11-19
#3
Name: angela
Subject:  Carpel Tunnel syndrome
I had Carpel Tunnel Syndrome problem when i was pregnant in 2006...now i have a 1 year old baby...

It is a terrible, unbearable pain in the wrists ....i suffered it for 15 days due to which i was not able to sleep or do any work....then i googled for more information on it .

What i did was apply Almond oil (u will get it in medical store) around my wrist 3 times a day for 7 days and behold my pain was completely cured and never returned. The smell of almond oil is not so likeable but let the oil stay on your wrist continuously. Reapply after taking bath.
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2007-09-18
#4
Name: Jyotsna
Subject:  Dealing with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
I have been diagnosed with CTS after my second pregnancy 7 months back and right now i am under treatment from a Neurologist. Though i am also a computer user at work, my symptoms are due to post-pregnancy. Actually it is a common illness but the name has never been known. Ask the symptoms around your mothers, aunts and other elderly ladies around you, you may be surprised to know that they also have undergone through this symptoms but never known the name or the cause of it.
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2007-09-18
#5
Name: Anjali R
Subject:  Dealing with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
CTS-this disease is very much real and painful..I have been a s/w engineer for the past 6 years. Repeated work has done its share of damage. I am pregnant now and due to fluid retention, the pain, tingling sensation and numbness refuse to go. I am praying I return to normalcy post-pregnancy.
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2007-09-14
#6
Name: Samira
Subject:  Dealing with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
The name itself is so scary, is it very painful…?
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2007-09-14
#7
Name: Eonny
Subject:  Dealing with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
How come we have so many of these syndromes cropping up of late? I think they are all inventions of these researchers…to spread panic.
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2007-09-14
#8
Name: Kanika
Subject:  Dealing with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Everything needs to be done in moderation, even work.
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2007-09-14
#9
Name: Satyabrat
Subject:  Dealing with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
I thought we work to stay fit. Here is a syndrome that makes you ill if you work too much.
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top

All tips on Health Talk
You ever wanted in one place.
No need to go anywhere else.
& Answers to Topic :
Dealing with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


Subscribe to this conversation! All tips on Health Talk
You ever wanted in one place.
No need to go anywhere else.
& Answers to Topic :
Dealing with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


Subscribe to this conversation! All tips on Health Talk
You ever wanted in one place.
No need to go anywhere else.
& Answers to Topic :
Dealing with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Thanks for subscribing
You are already a member, please login to subscribe

------ OR ------

Expecting Parents
Parents of Babies
Last 7 Posts of this Board
RE:vitiligo is not a cancer, it can be cured!
hello mandy,
i dont think its really happened with you because as per my view, the vitligo is the disease which is not cure at all, but if you got success in that, its great news for eveyone.... - devendrea [View Message]
RE:vitiligo is not a cancer, it can be cured!
hello mandy,
you mentioned in your post that you cure after take treatment from chinese hospital, but is that really true because if its true, then so many people release from this disease.... - sanjana [View Message]
RE:vitiligo is not a cancer, it can be cured!
hello friend,
if its really true information then i would like to suggest to my one of friend, he is also suffer from vitligo and he tried all the medicine but no use, i feel very bad for him. he is so nice guy.... - dinesh [View Message]
RE:vitiligo is not a cancer, it can be cured!
hello mandy,
i want to know when you take treatment form chinese hospital are you follow some kind of particular diet for this, or any medicine they given to you, if yes then can you describe this medicines.... - sujata [View Message]
RE:vitiligo is not a cancer, it can be cured!
hello mandy,
you had posted this post long back ago, what is your report said, and hows your health, your health is still constant means you are cheerful like after you finish your tratement.... - kimya [View Message]
RE:vitiligo is not a cancer, it can be cured!
hello mandy,
you told that there might be the complete solution to do not suffer from this problem, and cure with the medicine also, so its good to share your contact number or email id.... - mangesh [View Message]
RE:vitiligo is not a cancer, it can be cured!
hello mandy,
this vitligo disease it not dangerous disease, it can be cure with proper medicine and proper precautions, this disease occur because of mellaline deficienacy.... - raghu [View Message]