3 Step “Carpal Tunnel Freeze” for Fast Pain Relief

March 25, 2010 by  
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A simple but very effective technique anyone can perform from the comfort and convenience of their own home for fast carpal tunnel syndrome pain relief is what I call the 3 step “carpal tunnel freeze”.

Here’s how it works:

Step 1. Find a bathroom sink, kitchen sink or large bucket.

Step 2. Fill it up with cold water and add lots of ice, as in at least 2 trays of ice cubes.

Step 3. Over a 2 hour period, submerge your affected carpal tunnel wrist and forearm into the sink or bucket and keep it there for at least 10 seconds.

Don’t go longer than 15 seconds.

Repeat this action for a minimum of 10 submersion’s over a 2 hour period. This can be easily done while you’re preparing dinner, when a TV commercial comes on, or in between simple household chores.

To get the full effect from this technique, it’s important that submerge just your affected forearm, and ensure the ice water is up over the elbow.

Don’t take this technique lightly, it works!

Try it for at least 4 or 5 days and I guarantee your carpal tunnel pain will be minimized and much less than before.

There will come a time usually on the 4th or 5th day where you will feel great and your carpal tunnel pain will be a distant memory.

…if you are serious about curing your carpal tunnel syndrome and want to learn a step-by-step, instructional approach (with Videos Tutorials) from the comfort of your own home



7 Responses to “3 Step “Carpal Tunnel Freeze” for Fast Pain Relief”

  1. sandya rani D on April 30th, 2010 8:32 am

    Yes we would definetely try this and let u know abt our experience!

  2. Karen Cadwalader on May 1st, 2010 3:18 pm

    I like the ice idea for killing the inflammation. The problem that I have with carpal tunnel has a twist to it; I also have Raynaud’s Syndrome really bad!!!Over the winter, I put on a cuff around my wrists and put handwarmers inside. I am not sure wich problem is the worst. Skin on finger tips get rigid and can be formed into ridges by squeezing between fingers. Skin ultimately dies almost daily yet at times finger tips can trob and be filled with blood while going through an occurrence.Carpal tunnel syndrome exhibits all that you described. So, how do I stay warm, make wrists and elbows cold and keep hands warm? I hope that you have an answer.

  3. Lorie on September 21st, 2010 1:57 am

    I have this carpal tunnel syndrome for about 3 yrs now, but the treament for me is warm water unlike what you said is cold ice. am so confused now which is correct. anyway am still suffering and the pain almost every 2hrs.
    waiting for your answer

  4. Debbie on March 1st, 2011 9:06 am

    I had a wrist acccifent 30 years ago where a glass frame broke and severed nevers and veins. Through the years I have come to live with it. It was never painful just my thumb didn’t extend out all the way and in the wrist area was alittle numb from the surgery. Now I have been diagnoxed with carpal tunnal and my outer wrist and forarm is bothing me alot and limiting my movement what do I do

  5. thecla on March 22nd, 2011 2:41 pm



  6. gurmail singh manku on November 2nd, 2011 2:59 am

    Thanx, I will surely try this simple technique, which can done as u said from the comfort of my home. I shall post u the reply after trying this method for atleast a week’s time.

  7. kim eye on December 19th, 2011 7:32 pm

    i have carpal tunnel in my left wrist and it doesnt bother me that much. just have nerve damage to my tailbone and the back of my legs. a sharp jabing pain from my tailbone done my legs . got any advice for solving that.and heat works better for my carpal tunnel in my left wrist

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