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I have been using the CarpalAID® for about a week and I have noticed a big improvement in my hands. I can work longer on the keyboard and I am playing guitar again. Thank you for helping me with my carpal tunnel pain. 

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What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Exactly what is carpal tunnel syndrome?
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a painful condition that affects the hand and wrist. The carpal tunnel is actually an area or tunnel within the wrist. This tunnel is surrounded by wrist bones as well as by a rigid ligament linking the bones together. The flexing tendons of the fingers and thumb and the median nerve are also within the carpal tunnel. The median nerve is what carries signals from the brain that control action of the fingers and hand in addition to relaying information about temperature, touch and, unfortunately, pain. It also controls sweating of the hand. The median nerve controls the thumb, index and middle finger, and ring finger. Swelling of the tendons from overuse or repeated motion within the carpal tunnel reduces the space in the carpal tunnel, squeezing the median nerve and causing feelings of numbness, terrible pain, tingling and clumsiness of the affected hand.
Why does carpal tunnel syndrome happen in the first place?
Every time the wrist bends or the fingers move, muscles and tendons are used. Tendons within the hand are surrounded by sheaths that produce a slippery fluid which helps to lubricate the tendons. The lubrication is necessary in order for the tendons to have smooth and normal functioning. Repetitive or excessive motion can cause a number of things to transpire with the lubricating fluid within the sheaths, such as not producing enough fluid or possibly producing fluid with poor lubricating qualities. Improperly lubricated tendons cause friction and swelling of the tendon area resulting in swelling of the median nerve… which then causes fibrous tissue to form, thickening the tendon sheath, hindering tendon movement and causing often excruciating pain.
Can carpal tunnel syndrome be cured?
Carpal tunnel syndrome cannot be cured; however, there are temporary ways including resting the affected hand, taking anti-inflammatory medications or steroid injections, NSAIDs, the use of cold packs or a splint to restrict movement of the hand. Sometimes physicians may suggest surgery, a painful and expensive operation to cut the ligament that is pressing on the median nerve.
But now there is CarpalAID®, an easy, economical way to help alleviate or lessen the pain of carpal tunnel syndrome without invasive surgery.
Is carpal tunnel syndrome arthritis?
Arthritis can mimic the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. Although also very painful and possibly caused by a medical problem such as rheumatoid arthritis, in general, arthritis is not the same thing as carpal tunnel syndrome. Getting a proper diagnosis is important.

Only 23% of all CTS patients were able to return to work following surgery.

8 ounces of force is necessary to depress one key. Almost 16 tons of force will be exercised by your fingers.

CTS affects 1 percent of the general population and 5 percent of the working population.

Carpal tunnel surgery has about a 57% failure rate following patients from 1-day to 6-years.

CTS accounts for the highest average number of days lost at work.

Women are twice as likely to develop CTS.

Carpal Tunnel surgery is the 2nd most common surgery, over 230,000 per year.

More than 8 million people are affected by carpal tunnel syndrome each year.

If you type 40 words a minute : you press 12,000 keys per hour or 96,000 keys per 8-hour day.

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