Re: [OT] how to take care of hand
>> On Fri, Feb 3, 2012 at 18:57, lina<email@example.com> wrote:
L> are there some suggestions about how to take care of hand?
I've had similar problems with my wrists and shoulders, and the one
thing that helped most was taking 3 minutes a day to do a set of complete
range-of-motion wrist exercises with really small dumb-bells (5 pounds
or less). Holding the weights palm-up and rolling them from fingertip
to palm and back really did the trick.
I correct shoulder pain by doing 5-10 very slow pushups just before bed,
or by holding a dumbbell over my shoulder and letting my hand dangle over
the back of the couch while watching TV. A few minutes of that and my
arm turns to spaghetti, but it feels better in the morning.
I've been told that not getting enough B-vitamins drops the effectiveness of
other supplements you take; they'll be washed out before the body can use
them, and they tend to get eaten up faster when under stress. I also take
cod-liver oil to keep my joints nice and gushy. Your doctor may disagree.
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