Sunday, December 06, 2009

Carpal Tunnel Relief: Get Rid of Your Carpal Tunnel Pain with New Self-Help Program

/24-7/ -- Relief from the pain of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is now available in a self-help program provided by Kathryn Merrow, a Pain Relief Coach who teaches how to eliminate carpal tunnel symptoms. Kathryn also offers a free report and audio recording called "Ten of the Top Most Common Causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome" that can be found on her website.

For anyone who has suffered with Carpal Tunnel pain, relief can not come fast enough. In order to get rid of the pain associated with CTS you must first get rid of the cause. Some causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome are more common than others. Some of the more common causes involve the entire body. That's because every part of the human body is attached to every other part. For example, when you wiggle your toes or your ankle, it's attached to your neck. The muscles in your neck attach to your shoulder girdle (bones) and so do your arm muscles. Every cell in your body interacts in some way with all of the other cells.

There are many causes for Carpal Tunnel symptoms that can come from things like,
- An auto-immune disease
- Muscle strain in either arm
- Trigger points in neck muscles
- A vitamin deficiency
- Tight muscles in either hand
- Poor posture

This is not a complete list since there are also other things that can be going on in the body. It is important to know, however, that everything has a cause. Once that cause is found, carpal tunnel symptoms can then be relieved.

The free report offered by Kathryn Merrow outlines the common causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome to help those suffering with this pain identify what can be done to stop their symptoms.

Kathryn's book, The Uncommon Cure for Carpal Tunnel Pain, is also a great source for information on a program to treat the causes and eliminate this painful condition. With the proper understanding of how the body works and where to look for the cause of pain, relief from carpal tunnel syndrome can be possible without surgery. Kathryn states, "I don't just tell you how to treat the symptom; I help you find the reason you hurt and get rid of it."

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