I started to notice issues with my left wrist when I was just eight years old.
I think I fell on it tumbling out of a tree at four years old, but it’s hard to say for sure.
Whenever I would ride my bicycle on off road trails, I’d notice a pain in my left wrist and it persisted for years. Once I got to college and started working a part time job behind a computer screen, the constant mouse clicking and keyboard typing made my problems even worse. I remember the initial feelings of pain in my wrist all of those years ago, but it wasn’t until my first full time job out of college when I finally started to experience some intimidating levels of carpal tunnel discomfort. At first I tried to elevate my hands and use a different keyboard with better wrist support. Unfortunately, this was not enough and now I have to wear a wrist brace on my left arm whenever I work behind my computer. My right wrist is getting worse and it’s making me wonder if I’m going to need a brace on it as well, putting me in a situation where I’ll have braces on both arms just to work throughout the day. The only other thing that I’ve found that actually helps with the carpal tunnel pain in my hands and wrists is medical cannabis skin cream. It’s loaded with lots of cannabinoids like THC and CBD, and terpenes like myrcene and linalool. I run the cream into the skin on my hands and wrists and I already start to feel noticeable relief after just one hour. It’s a nice slow absorption that works for quite some time after initial application. Between my wrist braces and my cannabis skin cream, I manage to work throughout the day without too much chronic pain.
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