Here are some easy exercises to help relieve pain and other symptoms:
If you are on a computer all day, or if you are engaged in any other repetitive daily activity, consider setting an alarm for every 20 minutes.
This will help remind you to change your posture, perform some stretches, or just take a break.
Keep your head up and your shoulders relaxed, but not slouched.
Maintaining good posture, whether sitting or standing, can help keep symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome at bay.
Put the palms of your hand together, press lightly and hold the pose for 30 seconds.
Take a break for 10 seconds, then repeat up to four times.
In a variation of this pose, you can hold your hands out in front of you as though you were pushing them up against a wall.
Hold for 30 seconds, then shake your hands out. Repeat up to four times.
To stretch in the other direction, make your hands into fists and bend your wrist downwards.
This can be done for about 30 seconds, and then the wrists should be straightened and the fingers relaxed. Do this up to four times.
Another very simple technique is to make a fist, then open it up and fan out your fingers. Do this as many times as feels good.
Palm Up Stretch
Take one hand, with the palm side up, and extend it to your side.
If using your left hand, then extend it to your left side.
With your arm completely extended at the level of your shoulder, with your palm still facing upwards, point your fingertips downwards.
You should feel a good stretch throughout the entire length of your arm.
To increase this stretch, gently tilt your ear towards the opposite shoulder.
If your left hand is extended, then you will tilt your head to the right.
This last exercise can also help give your neck a good stretch