Tingling in fingertips.
Take frequent breaks when performing any repetitive hand activity, such as typing, knitting, or playing an instrument. Stop at least once an hour to flex your fingers and shake your hands.
Apply ice to your wrists when pain strikes. Use a flexible ice pack — or even a bag of frozen peas — and put it on for 10 minutes every hour to ease the pain and reduce the inlammation.
Elevate your wrists with a pillow when you lie down.
Salt promotes water retention, which can contribute to swelling and may aggravate the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. Try reducing the amount of salt in your diet and see if it helps.
Vitamin B6 : 50 mg 3 times a day until symptoms subside. 200 mg daily over long term can cause nerve damage.
Bromelain: 1,000 mg twice a day during acute phase. Reduce to 500 mg twice a day when symptoms subside. Take between meals.
Provides 8,000 GDU or 12,000 MCU in acute phase.
Turmeric : 400 mg 3 times a day. Standardized to contain 95% curcumin. Should be used with bromelain.