Carpal tunnel syndrome is a relatively common complaint caused by pressure on the median nerve. The median nerve is one of the central nerves connected to the hand, and when squeezed it causes pain and lack of functioning in the hand. This situation often occurs in people whose work leads them to make rapid hand movements in quick succession, for example, anyone who uses a keyboard, but it can also happen to pregnant women. If this condition is detected at an early stage, it can be effectively treated with something as simple as a wrist splint and an exercise routine. If the condition becomes aggravated, surgery may be required.

1. Pins and Needles

Everyone recognizes the tingling sensation known as pins and needles. It easily happens to someone who stays in an awkward position without moving hands and legs over a period. In these cases, the feeling is no more than a slight irritant, but with carpal tunnel syndrome, the sensation is noticeably much more unpleasant. Usually, it only affects the thumb and fingers, but it can also spread to other areas. If the thumb and fingers are not affected this shows that this person does not have this condition.