What is your age. It can be because of many reasons. And for this I need details of case as well as afe. As cause changes with age. It can be because of stress, anxiety, cs, ht, headache, migraine etc.
Try to relax --exercise. Exercise is one of the most important things you can do to combat stress. Take a few minutes to breathe in and out in slow, deep breaths.
Reduce your caffeine intake. Write it down. Chew gum. Spend time with friends and family.
Eat a healthy diet.
Pursue one hobbywalk in naturemeditation.
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Compressed nerve can be treated effectively by physiotherapy specially with mckenzie therapy try to search mdt recognized physiotherapist in your area or you can search on url/india my advice is 1. Rest and posture correction: take rest if possible for a week and also avoid sitting slouch for long time and sit on chair with back rest, straight upright 2. Apply hot pack thrice day for 15 min
3. Apply local ointment like volini 4. Avoid using too many pillows during sleep 5. Most important is do head retraction exercise (google it) in lying in bed as well as sitting on chair every two hourly in day for week if no improvement in one week than suggest you to consult local physiotherapist for further help. If you show improvement than continue for another two weeks thank you.
Orthopaedician doctor and you have to do some strengthening exercises
treat carpal tunnel syndrome as early as possible after symptoms start.
Take more frequent breaks to rest your hands. Avoiding activities that worsen symptoms and applying cold packs to reduce swelling also may help.
Other treatment options include wrist splinting, medications and surgery. Splinting and other conservative treatments are more likely to help if you've had only mild to moderate symptoms for less than 10 months.
Lifestyle and home remedies
these steps may provide temporary symptom relief:
•take short breaks from repetitive activities involving the use of your hands.
•lose weight if you are overweight or obese.
•rotate your wrists and stretch your palms and fingers.
•take a pain reliever, such as aspirin, ibuprofen (advil, motrin ib, others) or naproxen sodium (aleve).
•wear a snug, not tight, wrist splint at night. You can find these over-the-counter at most drugstores or pharmacies.
•avoid sleeping on your hands.
If pain, numbness or weakness recurs and persists, see your doctor.
integrate alternative therapies into your treatment plan to help you cope with carpal tunnel syndrome. You may have to experiment to find a treatment that works for you. Always check with your doctor before trying any complementary or alternative treatment.
•yoga. Yoga postures designed for strengthening, stretching and balancing the upper body and joints may help reduce pain and improve grip strength.
•hand therapy. Early research suggests that certain physical and occupational hand therapy techniques may reduce symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome.
•ultrasound therapy. High-intensity ultrasound can be used to raise the temperature of a targeted area of body tissue to reduce pain and promote healing. Research shows inconsistent results with this therapy, but a course of ultrasound therapy over several weeks may help reduce symptoms.
Warm water increases blood circulation throughout the body, decreasing pain symptoms from numbness.
If your sensory nerves are affected from peripheral nephropathy and you’re not as sensitive to temperature, be careful not to make your bath water too hot.
regular exercise can help to combat pain and improve your overall health. Being active can reduce your blood sugar, which, in turn, can reduce or slow down nerve damage. Exercise also increases blood flow to your arms and legs and reduces stress. These are all factors that help to reduce discomfort and pain.