Night-time Splints

If you have carpal tunnel syndrome or the symptoms of carpal tunnel, then more than likely you are having the classical symptoms of your hands feeling like they are ASLEEP at night.

You can get relief with these deluxe night splints. Your numbness, tingling and aching hand symptoms can usually be greatly improved after the first week or two by just wearing these night splints every night!

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When we sleep, we all tend to curl up our wrist...usually this isn't a problem unless you have carpal tunnel syndrome. When the wrist is in this bent position all night, it will crimp the median nerve in the wrist...and just like a crimp in a garden hose that restricts the water flow, the crimp in the nerve will aggravate and increase your carpal tunnel symptoms. This night splints are designed to keep the wrist and hand in a neutral you can get to sleep and stay asleep. Still not convinced you need a Night splint? Read this University article,
Night-time splinting Relieves Carpal tunnel Pain Relief.

The biggest mistake I see patients make is that they don't give the night splints long enough to work. Although many patients will notice some carpal tunnel relief within 1-2 weeks, You need to wear them for at least 3-4 weeks every night before you can see they are not helping.

The number one complaint I hear from carpal tunnel sufferers besides their hand complaints, is that THEY HAVE TROUBLE SLEEPING, If you are not getting a good nights sleep, then your over all health and carpal tunnel syndrome condition will not get better...your body needs this time to recuperate.

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