Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
What is Carpal Tunnel?
Carpal Tunnel can occur when the median nerve is compressed. The median nerve is located on the palm side of your hand. This nerve provides sensation to the hand. When affected blood circulation to fingers gets cut off Carpal Tunnel may occur. It an be in one or both of your hands. Carpal Tunnel can occur when the median nerve is compressed. Logically speaking the passageway is hindered, which is why numbness is one of the effects of carpal tunnel syndrome.
• Median nerve is located on the palm side of your hand. • This nerve provides sensation to the hand. • When affected, blood circulation to fingers gets cut off. • Can occur in one or both of your hands.
Symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Numbness, tingling and pain in thumb. • Pain in first three fingers of your hand. • Pain and burning that travels up your arm. • Wrist pain at night that interferes with sleep. • Weakness in the muscles of the hand.
We suggest to adapt to a raw food diet such as fruit and vegetables until pain desists and continue to remove the acid forming foods from your diet. Apply "fixt" morning and night, or whenever relief is needed.
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