Carpal tunnel syndrome manifests with pain, numbness, muscle weakness and tingling in the hands and wrists as a result of a compressed median nerve.
At the side of your palm is this narrow passageway called the carpal tunnel, which is made up of bones and ligaments. When the nerves on these bones and ligaments are pinched together, it can prevent you from utilizing your hands to their full function. Thus, the quality of your life may change when you continue to live with carpal tunnel syndrome.
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