CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME (CTS)

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a very common problem that causes much time lost from the workplace. Patients experience pain or tingling in the thumb, 2nd, and third fingers. The pain and tingling are worse at night and may awaken the person from sleep. The pain can be confusing as it frequently radiates to the elbow and shoulder. This pain is caused by pressure on the median nerve as it passes through the carpal tunnel space in the wrist.

Any disease or condition that increases the quantity of tissue in the carpal tunnel can be associated with CTS (acromegaly, pregnancy, underactive thyroid function, amyloidosis). Symptoms are worse after exertion that involves much flexing of the wrist. This condition is widespread among supermarket checkers and computer workers using keyboards.

Conventional therapy with splints to minimize flexion and cortisone injections into the carpal tunnel space may be helpful but frequently surgery to remove the pressure on the nerve may be needed. Unfortunately this surgery is not always successful.

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Helps all forms of arthritis
Stops emphysema with some persons noting improved breathing
Valuable in carpal tunnel, tmj, ulcerative colitis, crohn’s disease
Cetyl myristolate is a medium chain fatty acid discovered by Dr. Harry Diehl when doing research at the NIH. Dr. Diehl discovered that Swiss albino mice when injected with Freund’s Adjuvant (FA) failed to develop arthritis, unlike rats given FA. This protection against arthritis was caused by cetyl myristolate (CM) in the mice. Subsequent research in humans disclosed that CM is very valuable in treating all forms of arthritis including osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis as well as inflammatory illnesses (ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s Disease), emphysema, diabetes, and sports injuries.

Among the conditions helped by CM are carpal tunnel syndrome and temporomandibular joint pain. One fascinating thing about CM is that most patients are well after 30 days of therapy so long term usage is usually not necessary.

We think that CM is a very effective therapy for all arthritic conditions including carpal tunnel syndrome.

The dosage is 2 pills three times daily for 30 days.

Expect improvement in CTS usually without the need for long term therapy.

Cetyl myristolate is a powerful therapy for arthritic conditions. Many patients do not need to remain on this after 30 days of therapy. We think that it would be reasonable all persons with CTS to try CM for 30 days particularly before having surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome. CM is safe and can be considered similar to food supplements.