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Cold Sweaty Hands And Feet

Yourdoctor says you could have carpal tunnel syndrome, but tests show little or no slowing of nerve conduction. Or maybe you have arthritis, tendonitis or Raynaud’s phenomenonc Whatever you have you just want to know what new pain relief treatments are available to relieve your symptoms so you can get back to enjoying a busy and active lifestyle! So here’s some great news.

Is There A Simple Treatment To Ease My Painc Yes, thanks to micro-fibre technology, therapeutic thermo-textiles can help ease the discomfort associated with wrist and hand pain. A simple, highly effective treatment all you need to do is to wear far infrared therapy gloves to bed at night. Carpal tunnel, Raynaud’s & arthritis affected patients will find that their hands and wrists feel significantly better when they have been kept warm and gently supported during their sleep. When you wake in the morning you feel a noticeable improvement in how your hands and wrists feel. The difference is obvious; in fact, you have slept comfortably through the night without pain waking you.

Can Therapy Gloves Help Carpal Tunnel Syndromec Yes, therapy glovesoffer natural pain relief treatment for carpal tunnel. Did you know an estimated 2 million people in the United States are affected by carpal tunnel syndromec Approximately half are work-related, in fact, carpal tunnel syndrome may account for many of the days we miss at work. Carpal tunnel syndrome is most prevalent in women but also affects workers who use their hands frequently, such as typists, musicians, hairdressers, computer operators, laborers, artists, and even dentists. Factors that can increase your risk of developing carpal tunnel syndrome are diabetes, pregnancy, menopause and injury or broken bones in the wrist.

What About Raynaud’s Diseasec Yes, far infrared thermal gloves offer a safe, non-drug treatment to assist decrease the severity of your Raynaud’s attacks and promote better circulation. Thermal therapy aims to reduce the number and severity of attacks and to help prevent tissue damage in your fingers and toes. The good news is that the length and severity of your Raynaud’s symptoms can be lessened by wearing thermal gloves and therapy socks to protect and warm your hands and feet. In cold weather, try to stay indoors to avoid chills. You can even sleep in your therapy gloves to help prevent attacks. Far infrared therapy garments help you to maintain gentle exercise to ease the symptoms of Raynaud’s phenomenon.

It is important to be aware that air conditioning, the nicotine in cigarettes and handling cold or frozen food can also trigger Raynaud’s. Did you know that stress can exacerbate the problems caused by Raynaud’s Diseasec For many Raynaud’s sufferers, treatment with prescribed medication is not always successful so it’s great to know you have a safe and effective natural option to maintain your quality of life.

Can Therapy Gloves Relieve Arthritis Painc Yes, FIR gloves are the ideal choice to relieve arthritis pain, joint stiffness and swelling in your hand and fingers. Their soothing warmth gently assists to maintain joint mobility to help reduce the risk of inflammation and deformity, too. Arthritis pain is associated with various degenerative joint diseases which include gout, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, lupus, Lyme disease, psoriasis, scleroderma and ankylosing spondylitis.

If you suffer rheumatoid arthritis then you know it causes stiffness, particularly in the morning, as well as swelling, and severe joint pain. Worn at night, therapy gloves can gently ease this inflammation, reducing the risk of damage to cartilage and tissue in your joints. Infrared gloves naturally help relieve the inflammation, pain and can delay degeneration of the affected joints.

Are Therapy Gloves Suitable for Tendonitisc Yes, tendonitis sufferers can find relief from the pain by wearing gently-supportive therapy gloves to help promote an ergonomically-correct and natural wrist position during your daily activities as when working at repetitive tasks, such as typing. Physiotherapists recommend you take frequent rest breaks and change your grip and hand position often. Further, it is wise to avoid those movements and tasks which are causing your tendinitis symptoms and to employ proper body mechanics in all wrist-related activities. Gloves can also help absorb vibration from power tools to provide relief for an ailing wrist.

Far infrared therapy is a natural anti-inflammatory treatment to help your body heal itself while providing soothing relief from joint swelling, pain and arthritis. Clinical trials show thermal therapy is an effective aid to help reduce joint inflammation and swelling, increase joint mobility and can provide excellent non-pharmaceutical relief of the pain associated with sore hands, wrists and fingers.


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8 Responses to “Cold Sweaty Hands And Feet”

  • *moonheaven* says:

    please help! sweaty/cold hands and feet???? whats wrong?
    i have cold and sweaty hands and feet no matter what the temp. is and even when i’m not nervous or anything. i could be at home on the couch reading a book and my hands and feet will be cold and sweaty????? what’s wrong with me??????!!!!! what can i do??? is there any treatment cuz its a bit embarassing!

    plz help!! thanx!!!
    also i’m not obese or anything! i’m at the helathy weight range and i eat healthy

    • Yaga Z says:

      You have exactly the same symptoms I did, it is basically called Hyperhidrosis or more simply excessive sweating.

      Just remembering what is was like sweating all the time give the the shivers, it was such an annoying health problem and I honestly though I was going to have to live like that forever.

      I have to admit, I wasted my time and money on useless products that promised to control sweating and body odor but none of them worked. I joined an online hyperhidrosis community where people shared their experiences with treating sweating problems and they got to talking about Natural Treatments.

      That was the solution all along! It really is easy to use natural remedies and it is a lot cheaper then those other products that do nothing. I really suggest you take a look at the natural remedies and the guide to curing hyperhidrosis naturally, I’ve included the source below.

      I hope this information helps :) And let me know if you need any help!

  • invisibleintruder says:

    why are my hands and feet cold and sweaty?
    When I go out and it’s around 40 -70 degrees my hands feel really cold almost numb and sweaty and when I am indoors; both my hands and feet are cold and sweaty. Does anyone know what is wrong here?

  • summerfun says:

    constant cold and sweaty hands & feet?
    Over the past few years ive had constantly cold and sweaty hands and feet. through all seasons.. its annoying. uncomfortable and i am sick of it!
    Does anyone know what this could be? and how to get rid of it?
    I am a healthy person, eat healthy, exercise.

    • applepie&icecream says:

      there is a name for this.. but i have no idea what causes it except you can have a little operation to stem the sweat glands.. as far as i no this only applys to severe cases.. if its bothering you that much then take yourself off to the doctors and explain how its getting you down… he may be able to suggest something to help you.. not necessarily surgery but something else..

  • firsttimemom says:

    My 11wk baby old has cold sweaty hands, feet and back most of the time regardless of what he is wearing.?
    Sometimes his skin feels cool but he still sweats. He also sweats while nursing. He is a healthy, strong and steadily growing baby. Is this something to worry about or is it common?

    • Zander will be here soon! says:

      My son sweats all the time too…especially his little feet! It’s common…nothing to worry about :) I asked my doc and he said it’s just hormones…enjoy your son…congrats!


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