How Can I Relieve Rheumatoid Arthritis Pain in Hand and Finger?

You may have hand pain, finger pain, swelling and stiffness when you have rheumatoid arthritis. Your joints and finger joints that are warm and tender to the touch. It may be symmetrical. Carpal tunnel symptoms such as numbness and tingling of the hands may also happen.

There are some tips for you to ease hand and finger joint pain:

Regular exercise is very important to make your fingers and hands more flexible. But at the same time, you also need to rest pain joints. To exercise your hands and fingers, you can use a soft foam ball. Squeeze it and then relax your hand muscles. When working, your can put foam padding around your pen or pencil to make you fell comfortable.  

 

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