People are so busy wrapping gifts, decorating homes, making crafts, boxing up and sending packages, baking cookies and other treats, clicking the computer mouse and the computer keyboard over and over again searching for the best deal for the ideal gift from the best supplier, ect. People are so eager to make the holidays memorable for the people they love, that often they over work their hands and wrists.
Interestingly, with a nerve condition like Carpal Tunnel, mental stress from the financial strain and trying to get so much done in so little time can also contribute to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Symptoms. A lot of people don’t recognize this.
Another contributing factor is the cold weather in many parts of the world during the busy holiday season.
So, what can be done to keep going during the busy holidays?
While we can’t do much to minimize the Black Friday Shopping Frenzy craziness, we can help you with the hand pain and wrist pain post Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Here are some tips: first stay calm, pace yourself, keep your sense of humor, know your limits, get organized, delegate to others and keep your hands warm and avoid the crazy people. Stretching your hands regularly will also help keep your hands working for you, but who can afford downtime for stretching exercises several times per day? There is a Solution that will help most people.