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Could this vitamin be the secret to treating the numb feeling in your hands?

by , 04 February 2016

Do you wake up in the middle of the night and your hands are numb and tingling?

Have you tried to swing a tennis racket or a hammer and you're in pain in a matter of minutes?

These kinds of symptoms describe Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS).

Don't take it lightly.

In its minor form, it’s an irritation. In its most serious, it can be disabling and lead to surgery.

But this vitamin could be what you need to relieve and even treat CTS.

Read on below to find out more about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and why you should start taking this vitamin today…


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What is carpal tunnel syndrome?
“Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when the nerve that runs from your forearm into your palm becomes pressed or squeezed at your wrist,” explains The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.

This causes pain, weakness, or numbness in the hand and wrist, radiating up the arm. While it tends to be quite painful, most people who don’t do a lot of a sport often put the pain down to a ‘passing cramp’. But if you ignore it, this painful condition will progress and could eventually lead to immobility of your hand and surgery to relieve it.

Don’t let it get that bad!

This one vitamin could save you from surgery and relieve CTS

For more than 20 years, integrative doctors prefer to treat CTS with vitamin B6.

And in a recent study done by researchers at the Kiser Permanente Medical Centre in California, 16 patients who took a daily dose of vitamin B6 did not experience the symptoms of CTS after three months.

This is because vitamin B6 helps to produce chemicals that allow nerve cells to communicate with one another. Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) acts as a natural therapeutic agent for the pressure put on our nerve caused by Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

And some doctors even say it helps relieve the swelling of the nerve.


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Here’s how to supplement with vitamin B6 for CTS relief

For effective results, you have to take 200 milligrams of vitamin B6 by mouth daily for 10-12 weeks.

You can also find vitamin B6 in a variety of foods such as fish, organ meats, potatoes other starchy vegetables, fortified cereals, beef, poultry, and some fruits such as bananas and mangoes.

But remember, high doses of vitamin B6 can cause nerve problems (neuropathy) so talk to your doctor before you use vitamin B6 supplements.

You may also want to try rubbing DMSO into the underside of your painful wrist several times daily. You can get it here.

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