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5 Hand Exercises to Ease Arthritis Pain

by Nyucel Wellness on July 09, 2021

Do you have pain in your hands due to arthritis?
Don't be concerned; we're here to assist you!5 hand exercise

The synovial lining, which creates the synovial fluid that protects and lubricates the joint, is inflamed and irritated by arthritis pain. When arthritis affects the joints of the hands, it can cause discomfort and stiffness, which might worsen if you use your hand for repetitive tasks frequently.

Hand arthritis can be treated with a variety of medications.

There are also numerous home remedies for arthritis pain and disability, such as these Hand Exercises, which are a simple and non-invasive technique to keep joints flexible, enhance range of motion, and decrease arthritis pain.

Here are some hand exercises to assist you to relieve arthritis symptoms:

FORM A FIST:

 

  • Begin by extending your left hand with all of your fingers straight out in front of you. Then, with your thumb on the outside of your hand, slowly flex your hand into a fist. Don't squeeze your hand; instead, be soft.
  • Reopen your hand until your fingers are completely straight.
    With the left hand, repeat the exercise 10 times. Then, with your right hand, repeat the same sequence.

 

FINGER BENDS:

  • Begin by extending your left hand with all of your fingers straight out in front of you. Then, with your thumb on the outside of your hand, slowly flex your hand into a fist. Don't squeeze your hand; instead, be soft.
  • Reopen your hand until your fingers are completely straight.
    With the left hand, repeat the exercise 10 times. Then, with your right hand, repeat the same sequence.

Repeat with each finger on the left hand. Then repeat the entire sequence on the right hand.

 

BENDING OF THE THUMB:


  • To begin, extend your left hand with all of your fingers straight out in front of you.
  • Inwardly bend your thumb toward your palm.
  • Use your thumb to stretch the bottom of your pinky finger. Don't worry if you can't reach your pinky. Simply stretch your thumb as far as it will go.
  • Return your thumb to the initial position after a second or two of holding the position.
Rep 10 times more. Then, with your right hand, repeat the practice.

 

FORM AN ‘O’:


  • Begin by extending your left hand and keeping your fingers straight.
  • Curl all of your fingers inward until they come together. Make the shape of an “O” with your fingers.
  • Stay in this position for a few seconds. Straighten your fingers once again.
    Repeat this practice on each hand a few times a day. This stretch can be done whenever your hands are aching or stiff.

TABLE BEND:


  • With your thumb pointed up, place the pinky-side edge of your left hand on a table.
  • Bend the other four fingers inward until your hand forms an "L" shape while keeping your thumb in the same position.
  • Hold it for a few seconds before straightening your fingers and returning to the starting position.

Rep 10 times on the left hand, then repeat on the right.

 

To get the best benefits, make these workouts a part of your regular regimen. Easy Exercises for hand stiffness.

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