5 Easy Yoga Poses To Get Rid Off Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

The carpal tunnel which is composed of flexor tendons, bone and ligaments are majorly responsible for the movements of fingers. There comes a time when the nerve that runs through the carpal tunnel sometimes becomes pressed or squeezed and you feel like painful sensation in your fingers. This is the phase when you are having a carpal tunnel syndrome. Though, there are a number of ways to manage this syndrome, one most effective way to handle this syndrome is by doing yoga. Yoga therapy is proven the best therapy to control the carpal tunnel syndrome.

So, no more wait and let’s read the best Yoga Poses to treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

1.  Prayer Pose

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Prayer pose reduces the stress placed on the median nerve and allows a deep stretch to your wrist. To begin with pose, join your hands like when you do for prayer. Place your palms together in a way that each hand is trying to push another one back. Be in the same position for one or two minutes release. Repeat the same yoga pose 3-4 times for better results.

2. Locust Pose

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Salabhasana or Locust pose focuses on the lower body and is a great pose to help with the circulation through fingers and arms. In addition, the pose also helps in indigestion and improves lower back pain.

To begin with the pose, lie on your abdomen on the ground and keep your hands by your side. Inhale and lift upper torso and legs. Lift your leg upwards, make sure that you don’t bend your knees. Hold the pose for a minute, repeat.

3.  Gomukhasana

3. Gomukhasana

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Gomukhasana opens up the shoulders and releases tensions throughout your arms. It helps people suffering with CTS that started with problems in shoulders and wrist. To start with the pose, sit down on the floor, join your hands behind your neck by raising your arms up. Bend your hands in such a way that both right and left hand touches at your back. Hold the pose for a minute and breathe. If you can’t touch your fingers, you can use towel or anything to complete the stretch.

4. Dhanurasana

4. Dhanurasana

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Dhanurasana is the best yoga pose for people who spend their time sitting at desk on office all day. The asana stretches your back and helps in relieving pain. Lie on your stomach and extend your arms along your body. Bend both knees and try to grab them with your hands. Inhale and push your torso up, raise your body in such a way that torso and legs are lifted off the ground. Exhale and slowly put yourself back to the ground while exhaling. Repeat the process 4-5 times.

5. Upward Facing Dog


5. Upward Facing Dog

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Upward Facing Dog benefits people suffering from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, it increases circulation and strengthens wrists. To begin with, the pose, lie prone on the floor. Bend your elbows and spread your palms behind your waist. Inhale and firmly press your hands to the floor and slightly back in such a way as if you are trying to push the floor. Straighten your arms and lift your torso up while inhalation. Make sure that you keep thighs firm when you push yourself up. Upward Facing Dog or Urdhva Mukha Svanasana is one of the best poses to relieve in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

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