How to Take Care of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

What Is CTS, And How To Know If You Have It?

Do you feel a type of numbness or tingling in your arms and hands? If so you may be dealing with carpal tunnel syndrome. For further medical advice, be sure to see a doctor! Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a passageway, which is around the bones and ligaments in your hand. CTS typically happens when a nerve is pressured.  

A Great way to heal Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is using a ProCare Wrist brace.

  • Wearing a ProCare Wrist Brace can help relieve symptoms before they start. 
  • The silicone support around the ulnar styloid protects the bone protuberance and relieves the stress on veins and nerves
  • A bandage is anatomically contoured for maximum fit, comfort, and effectiveness to help support injuries, improve blood circulation, and maintain body warmth hence accelerate the healing process. Great to wear during your day.
At Home Healing Methods
Be easy on yourself!

It is very easy to get caught up in a work routine, whether it is non-stop typing, sending emails, carrying heavy groceries, or scrolling through social media. It is crucial to take a quick break and move your wrist around and stretch.

Stay Warm.

This may seem like a weird way to help CTS, however it is essential for healing to keep your hands warm, to help with tingling or stiffness. Maybe try fingerless gloves or ProCare Wrist Brace.

Use over the counter medications, if necessary. 

Usually any type of Advil, Aspirin, Motrin, or any pain killer will help. 

Overall Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is not something to be nervous about, there are many at home remedies to try.


Wheeler, Tyler. “Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment, Complications, and Prevention.” WebMD, WebMD, 25 Nov. 2019, 

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