Carpel tunnel syndrome is a common ailment. How many of us know someone who has suffered from this medical condition? Repetitive and forceful motions of the hand and wrist are the risk factors for carpel tunnel as well as age (40-60) and gender with more women than men at risk.
However, what I didn’t know is carpel tunnel syndrome is affected by your hormones. If you are pregnant or going through menopause, have diabetes or have thyroid disease, you may retain fluids as a symptom of the hormone inbalance, which can affect your wrists and lead to the development of carpel tunnel syndrome.
Here’s what you need to know:
If you are struggling with thyroid disease, improving your liver function will also improve your thyroid function which is directly related to your metabolism as well as fluid retention. Yes, it’s all related.
Learn how to boost your liver function here: