Routine Sleep interruption can have serious health implications and should be managed with a strong sense of urgency. For drivers and heavy equipment operators, the safety implications of routine sleep interruption and day time sleepiness requires immediate proactive therapy. Routine chronic sleep disorders have been linked directly to cardiopulmonary disease, high blood pressure, dyslipidemia, heart arrhythmia, insulin resistance, vascular inflammation, migraines, psychological disorders, day time sleepiness, etc.
Since there are over 15 different possible contributing factors or causes of CTS, people often have a wide variety of symptoms and responses. When the Median Nerve is pinched in this narrow passage of the wrist, even with minor pressure – the results can be devastating.One of the most nagging aspects of this chronic syndrome is that the Symptoms often come back, even after surgery, so active people who are in-the-know, are actively seeking the best treatment that is convenient, requires no downtime and works quickly to control their symptoms whenever they flare up. They just can not afford the downtime and complications for surgery when it often has to be repeated.
Click on the video below to watch a compelling discussion with Dr. Michelle Robin, founder of Your Wellness Connection in Shawnee, Kansas. Dr. Robin explains the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Also, you can hear from patients directly telling about their experience with Carpal Tunnel and how they controlled their symptoms with Carpal Solution Therapy:
A more detailed description of symptoms of chronic Carpal Tunnel Syndrome include:
> Cold hands with warm forearms due to constriction of blood circulation in and around the carpal tunnel. Restricted blood circulation is a contributing factor to chronic Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
> Burning pain that radiates up the center of the forearm -as far as the shoulder and neck.
> Difficulty gripping the steering wheel and overall decreasing grip strength as the hand muscles atrophy due to pain and lower levels of hand activity.
> Clumsiness with hands, Routinely dropping objects or the inability to make a fist.
> Loss of fine motor skills in the hand, inhibiting such tasks as writing, tying a shoe, working a mouse, picking up coins, buttoning a shirt or coat, threading a needle, doing needlepoint, etc.
> Weak hands and inability to support one’s self with hands on stairs, or climbing into a truck or on a ladder, or when balancing with a cane or in other precarious situations.
> Inhibited hand and wrist movement due to pain, and numb tingling hands or tingling fingers.
> Loss of feeling or swollen sensations in the hand or fingers
> Finger Pain, finger numbness and/or finger clumsiness particularly in the thumb and/or in the index or middle fingers. (the pinky or little finger is not affected or controlled by the median Nerve nor is it generally associated with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome).
> Constant aching of the upper shoulder and neck is common as the pain follows the nerve path up to the nerve center in the brain.
> Hand dysfunction can lead to lost earnings, time away from work and loss of self esteem as a contributor at work and at home, some suffers even experience depression.
> Routine Sleep Interruption – CTS sufferers often complain that they wake up 2 to 10 times per night due to numb tingling hands and that pins and needles feeling. Most sufferers find it extremely annoying to be awakened constantly with tingling fingers and numb hands. In more mild cases people wake up in the morning with numb tingling hands. Without treatment mild Carpal Tunnel Syndrome symptoms will progress to chronic sleep loss. Routine Sleep interruption has serious health implications and should be managed with a strong sense of urgency. For drivers and heavy equipment operators, the safety implications of routine sleep interruption and day time sleepiness requires immediate proactive therapy. Routine chronic sleep disorders have been linked directly to cardiopulmonary disease, high blood pressure, dyslipidemia, heart arrhythmia, insulin resistance, vascular inflammation, migraines, psychological disorders, day time sleepiness, etc. Sleep loss can be one of the most serious and debilitating issues associated with the Carpal Tunnel condition. Day time grogginess inhibits clear thinking and affects everything you do from driving a vehicle to carrying out the simplest of tasks.
We all tend to take our hand function and sound sleep for granted until we lose them. Because Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a nerve disorder psychological stress and anxiety can contribute to the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel. The combination of psychological stress from losing productivity at work together with routine sleep loss can lead to irritability and damaged relationships further increasing anxiety and even leading to depression. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is not something to be taken lightly.
Many physicians who prescribe the Carpal Solution also use the Carpal Solution as part of a preventative wellness program to protect their hands even though they do not have CTS. Be proactive in maintaining your hand health. Order the Carpal Solution today and begin getting your life back with this simple, but effective Six Week Carpal Solution Therapy.
One of the most aggravating aspects of this syndrome is: because it usually results from repetitive stress injuries, the Symptoms often come back, even after surgery, so active people, who are well informed generally, are persistent in search of the best non-surgical Carpal Tunnel treatment that is convenient, requires no downtime and works quickly to control their symptoms whenever they flare up. They just can not afford the downtime and complications for surgery when it often has to be repeated. Most healthcare professionals agree that surgical procedures are not the best option for chronic reoccurring syndromes like CTS.
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“After having two Carpal Tunnel Syndrome surgeries, I still was not able to sleep at night because my hands were throbbing and hurting.Pain was in both of my thumbs and wrists. After using the Carpal Solution the first night, I felt the difference. I was able to sleep. I have been using it for nine weeks now and believe me it works.”
John – Locksmith Engraver,
Carpal Tunnel Cured Missouri.
What is the Black Patch on Keri Walsh’s Shoulder during the 2008 Summer Olympic Games Beach Volleyball Competition in Beijing, China? And what does it have to do with treating Carpal Tunnel. Learn more about how Keri Walsh used the same medical technique employed by the Carpal Solution by clicking on the highlighted “Black Patch” wording above.