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For anyone who has suffered from the painful symptoms associated with carpal tunnel syndrome, you know the common medical recommendations of applying a cold compress to the effected wrist, taking an anti-inflammatory medication and trying to avoid using the wrist if at all possible. However, it is not always easy to follow this advice when the medication prevents you from daily chores such as driving or operating equipment necessary for work. It is also not easy to avoid activities that commonly cause the carpal tunnel syndrome attacks including typing and other repetitive actions when these activities are a daily necessity.

By the way, if you ever want to learn more ways to cure your carpal tunnel problems, check out my review of the All Natural Carpal Tunnel Treatment Guide in my links below. It contains some of the most thorough information on the internet. Here are some simple home remedies that have been reported to show promising signs of helping to alleviate the pain, swelling and other symptoms that you may commonly experience when a flair up occurs. Most of these can be implemented relatively easily into any daily regimen that you may have.

Carpal Tunnel Solutions

1. Adding foods and dietary enzyme supplements to your daily diet that contain bromelain can help to get relief from carpal tunnel and keep future attacks under control in most cases. Bromelain can help to reduce tissue swelling that occurs when a person suffers from carpal tunnel syndrome. Foods such as pineapple, papaya and kiwi fruit are rich in bromelain and can easily be included into most diets with much disruption to caloric intake or other limitations that you may be following.

2. Increasing your Vitamin C intake is considered to be one of the most promising aides when trying to alleviate pain from carpal tunnel syndrome. Vitamin C is credited for decreasing swelling and rejuvenating health to injured tissue.

3. Massaging the arm, forearm, wrist and hand of the arm that is suffering from the carpal tunnel syndrome can effectively help to treat the pain and swelling. Using herbal massage oil can provide even more promising results.

4. Yoga can help to ease your symptoms from this painful syndrome by increasing the circulation of blood flow throughout your body which creates healing in the carpal tunnel area.

5. Soak your sore wrist in a solution of hot water and Epsom salt for 3 minutes. The water should be as hot as you can handle. You will then need to soak the wrist in a cold water solution for 30 seconds and this will greatly help your carpal tunnel pain. Click below to learn more about what you can do to eliminate your wrist pain for good. There are many things you can do from your own home to cure your carpal tunnel problems.

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