Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and its symptoms 오피
In today’s world more and more people are looking for easy white collar jobs that involve using computers and recreations like squash, tennis, golf and such sport. But they are not aware that repetitive use of their hands and wrists risk developing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, also known as CTS or Repetitive Strain Injury.
I am sure you must have heard the old saying “prevention is better then cure” Many young people as well as older people that were otherwise physically fit have had to give up their favourite sport and jobs they love doing because they have developed The Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and its symptoms without even realising they had fallen victim to this dreadful and painful condition. It is much easier to prevent then cure it.
It can affect a person in many different ways and even leave a person unable to dress themselves and disabled to point that they lose their freedom to drive and be free to go about their daily routine.
I have had the misfortune of seeing a very close friend suffer from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome since 2001 and how it took over his life for the worst even to a point that it affected his family.
So I decided to write a book making people aware of the risks of CTS or RSI and its life altering symptoms. I also created a audio version of the book that people can download on to their PC, iPods, mp3 players and listen to it on the move at their own pace, to make them fully aware of the causes and affects of the RSI injuries and what they can do to avoid its occurrence and its devastating results or their life.
Repetitive Strain Injuries or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and its Symptoms occur when a person performs repeated physical movements that cause damage to the muscles, nerves and other body tissues. Such as repeated keystrokes on the keyboard and long periods of holding, simple things like driving a car, chopping vegetables.
I realised that there is not one person on this planet that would not benefit from the material in my book, we all do some kind of activity or work that involves the use of our hands and wrists so you can see we are all potentially at risk of developing carpal tunnel syndrome and its symptoms at any stage in our lives. If left untreated it can lead to permanent disability and cause great pain and stop us from doing the things we love doing the most.