photoAbout a month ago the good people who make YogaHands decided to send me a pair as a way of thanking me for making my video about treating and preventing carpal tunnel.

I had never heard of YogaHands before, so I wasn’t really sure what to expect or how they would help. As with most treatments, my claims are purely anecdotal. Just like medication, they might work for some people but that doesn’t necessarily mean they will work for everyone.

If you don’t already know, I have carpal tunnel syndrome in both wrists and cubital tunnel syndrome in my left arm. I work digitally, so the repetitive movements really put a strain on my wrists.

pinkyI also have clinodactyly, or at least that is what I believe it is called, in my right hand. My Mom has it as well. What I have noticed is that my little finger has been hurting a lot this past year.

After using YogaHands for a few minutes, the pain in my little finger was reduced significantly. I didn’t even expect YogaHands to help with the pain in my little finger.

I wanted to make sure the pain reduction was due to YogaHands and not because of a reduced workload, so I waited until today when there was a lot of pain. Again, a few minutes after using YogaHands the pain was gone. It is actually quite impressive how much YogaHands has helped.

Photo on 6-28-13 at 8.46 PM #2Photo on 6-28-13 at 8.47 PMMy wife has also been having problems with her hands and wrists, and she too says YogaHands has helped a lot. Even after using them for the first time, she said they really helped. I was a little dubious of the claim, so I wanted to test them out more before making any statements. After a month, I have to agree with my wife.

I would just like to thank the creators of YogaHands for sending me this product. It has helped a lot and I really appreciate it! They offer a 30-day money back guarantee, so if you are experiencing pain in your fingers and hands, I would definitely suggest giving these a shot.

2 thoughts on “YogaHands

  1. Interesting! I should look into this. I’ve been working a lot at the computer and normally when I draw on a tablet, I press down super hard and my hands/fingers get tense… Towards the end, they start aching. I have to remind myself to keep taking breaks every 5-10 minutes. Thanks for sharing!

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