What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (Wrist Pain) Symptoms and ways of treatment and surgery

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (Wrist Pain) Symptoms and ways of treatment and surgery

Officially, carpal tunnel is a syndrome (CTS) or median neuropathy at the wrist is a medical condition in which the median nerve is compressed at the wrist, leading to pain, paresthesias, and muscle weakness in the hand. True carpal tunnel only elicits symptoms in the thumb, index, and middle fingers, along the median nerve distribution, but some patients may experience symptoms in the palm as well.[1] A form of compressive neuropathy, CTS is more common in women than it is in men and has a peak incidence around age 42, though it can occur at any age.[2] The lifetime risk for CTS is around 10% of the adult population.

Having said that, it is due to mineral deficiencies in the body. When the body becomes mineral deficient, many functions start breaking down and the nerves are no exception. You can have surgery to fix the problem, but that is the typical medical answer to this and it leaves the area operated on vulnerable and weak when hit or when bumping it on something. This “fix” only treats the symptom, not the “root cause” and your body will continue to suffer other issues because of the root cause.

Mineral deficiencies cannot typically be solved by just taking minerals as many medical people believe, because most of the time these deficiencies are due to co-factors in the body required to be in good order for the body to upregulate the minerals and in many cases utilize them once they are in the body.

If you have ANY infections in your body, this depletes the minerals from your body and makes them not available for your body to use in making hormones, supplying the nutrients your cells need.

Contrary to popular belief, if you take a bunch of pills and expect to be healthy and your body to utilize the ingredients in those pills, you need to free yourself from the lies you believe. Every pill that I have seen contains Magnesium Stearate that is an immune suppressant, nutrient absorption inhibitor (up to 80%), and a TRANS FAT. Typically over 5% of the total milligrams indicated on the bottle label is this junk.

What you really need to do is to see a Certified Nutritional Therapist and have them evaluate your nutritional needs. They can test you and tell you specifically what nutrients you are lacking and help put you on a road to health with diet recommendations and supplements that will help you achieve the goals you are trying to get too.

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