What can you do about wrist pain if you have weak wrist,s?

  13 answers
  • Fiddledd224 Fiddledd224 on Aug 08, 2017
    Frank, I don't think you want to solicit medical advice from DIYers on this forum - why not go on WebMD or another medical site? Better yet, see a doctor. You may have a serious condition that can only get worse.

  • Sharon Sharon on Aug 08, 2017
    You can do light weights to strenghten them but first consult your doctor or physical therapist to ensure you don't have carpel tunnel syndrome... https://breakingmuscle.com/fitness/7-exercises-to-maximize-hand-wrist-and-forearm-strength?page=0,1

  • Mag4777213 Mag4777213 on Aug 08, 2017
    Wrap your wrist with an ace bandage when using your hands for an extended time.

  • Seethebeauty Seethebeauty on Aug 08, 2017
    Believe it or not, my chiropractor worked wonders.

  • Cindy Cindy on Aug 08, 2017
    Drug stores sell wrist supports but I agree with everyone else. First consult your Doctor.

  • Ginny Ginny on Aug 08, 2017
    Take two aspirin and call me in the morning. Seriously, do you use the computer alot? You might need a wrist support. Look at CVS, WalMart, etc. a/c they have all sizes and types. Also Home Depot carries wrist rests for this. I used one before I retired, and it helped. If that doesn't help, go to a good orthopedist. You might have carpel tunnel.

  • Chubby58 Chubby58 on Aug 08, 2017
    Buy the wrist support and wear them as much as possible. You will notice a big difference, but it does take a while. If they don't seem to help at all, I would see a doctor.

  • Gina Rios Gina Rios on Aug 09, 2017
    Jusr saw a doctor about this today! Wrist splint, ice area 15-20 twice a day and take ibuprofen for not just the pain, but because it is a great anti inflammatory.

  • Pat Pat on Aug 09, 2017
    Look at repetitive movements computer usage, crafting, gaming texting etc there repetitive movements can cause problems... try to limit those behaviors and see if there is improvement nsaids and rest as well as a support either pull in or strap can help.. otherwise it can be carpal tunnel and require medical intervention

  • Lora Taylor Hyatt Lora Taylor Hyatt on Aug 09, 2017
    Buy some copper gloves, they work great!

  • Nancy Nancy on Aug 09, 2017
    try soaking in Epsom salts. Epsom salt is rich in magnesium and helps muscles relax.
    Ifnitnis possibly arthritis, try adding some apple cider vinegar water and sipping. It is old Ct. folklore...and it does help. Simple is often overlooked! Feel better!

  • Carolyn Yeldell Carolyn Yeldell on Aug 09, 2017
    Wearing wrist braces have helped me in the past.

  • Frank Frank on Aug 09, 2017
    I cannot take aspirin because it triggers an asthma attack in me