Hello Dear Reader,
I’m waving to you to today 👋
With great form and wrist action because this week we’re talking about carpal tunnel.
Most of us are either glued to our computer or “smart-phone” every day, especially when work requires it. 🖥 📱
As a result, millions of people develop carpal tunnel syndrome due to prolonged pressure on the wrist.
Carpal tunnel occurs when the tunnel, at the top of the forearm and the base of the wrist, becomes narrowed. Or when the tissues surrounding the flexor tendons swell, putting pressure on the median nerve. 💥
Which equals OUCHIES!
Conditions such as repetitive use, diabetes, high blood pressure, thyroid dysfunction and trauma to the wrist can also lead to this frustrating condition. 🥲
If you’re sitting there thinking, “Ok I already know I have it, now what??” 🤔
Well, you’re in luck. 🍀
This week, I wanted to give you a short daily practice you can do to alleviate carpal tunnel syndrome and strengthen the muscles in your forearm and wrist. 🤝
In this week’s video, I show you the pressure points to focus on, how to do a few simple exercises and a few qigong moves that will increase flow throughout the affected area and balance your Qi.
These exercises can work for Tennis Elbow as well. 🏸🏓
So if you or someone you know is experiencing carpal tunnel syndrome, make sure to bookmark and share this video so you can repeat the moves as often as needed.
Try these simple practices (as often as possible), to experience the profound results Qigong and Chinese medicine can have in your life. ☯️
This stuff really works, but you have to show up and do the work!
Sending you love and good Qi! ❤️
Chris & Parisa
4 thoughts on “Qigong and Pressure Points to Relieve Carpal Tunnel Syndrome”
Awesome! I’ve had carpel tunnel surgury on both wrists but still have trigger fingers ‘trying’ to get ahold of me! But luckily the surguries were very successful otherwise. This will help I am sure and thank you!!
Great, this will help to reinforce that it doesn’t come back. Try it daily. Thanks Cynthia! ❤️
Thank you so much for the exercises for carpel tunnel, which I find to be wonderful. I think your videos are so helpful, thank you both so much for the caring and sharing that you do . Much appreciated and welcome during these difficult times. Blessings from Barbara
Terrific, you’re most welcome Barbara and thank you for your nice comment. Be well and Qi you later 😃