Buy the hand peripheral neuropathy worksheetPeripheral neuropathy in the hands is when there is damage to the peripheral nerves. This can also happen in your feet. These 7 treatments for peripheral neuropathy in your hands should help with pain relief.

Peripheral neuropathy often causes weakness, numbness, and pain. Stretches and exercises can help by improving the circulation and signal to the area.

To start off, moving the joints in your fingers and your wrists will help loosen up the area and increase the circulation.

Then some wrist flexor and extensor stretches will help with any tightness in the wrist and arm area.

Next, you want to strengthen the hand and wrist area. Make sure you are doing flexion and extension exercises to help increase the blood flow and give feedback to your nerves.

Finally, ending with a prayer stretch is a great way to open up the carpal tunnel.

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