Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused because of compression of the median nerve at the wrist (in the carpal tunnel). Compression of the nerve causes symptoms such as numbness, pain and, eventually, hand weakness—the characteristic features of carpal tunnel syndrome. If it is diagnosed timely and treated appropriately, CTS responds well. However there are no known medical interventions or proven treatment procedures to prevent carpal tunnel syndrome.
Some strategies which can minimize stress on your hands and wrists include:
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