Do you suffer from sore wrists? Carpal tunnel? Repetitive strain in your hands and wrists? This could help!
If you spend a lot of time time at the computer, carrying your children, shovelling snow or doing a lot of repetitive movements with your arms it could be causing your wrists to get angry at you.😡
One of the reasons why your wrists can start to get sore is if your forearm muscles get stiff and tight, causing increased friction as their tendons pass through your wrist to your hands.
So, stretching out these muscles and the tendons and ligaments around your wrist can be a great start to helping you get rid of issues in this area.
Make sure you do this repeatedly throughout the day (i.e. every hour), and give the tissue time to heal and recover.
Let me know how it goes!💬
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