The Causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Individuals suffering from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome may also feel numbness, pain and a lack of control over movement in their hands.The basic factor that cause the Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is the reduction of space within the carpal tunnel.  Here we tell you the main Causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Disruptive Movements is  main cause of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Carpal Tunnel does not always occur as a result of other illnesses. It is often caused by activities and hand and wrist movements that cause the membranes which surround tendons to swell.

Disruption in Blood Flow also cause Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Any conditions which can cause swelling in the joints and arm pain can be cited as causes of Carpal Tunnel. These illnesses usually cause inflammation in the joints and sift tissues of the arm, hindering the smooth blood flow to the hands, resulting in carpal tunnel syndrome.

Broken Bones will lead to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome too. One of the causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome includes broken wrist bones, dislocation, new growth, or bone spurs. This is because they may invade the space of the Carpal Tunnel increasing pressure on the median.

Pregnancy may lead to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

One of Carpal tunnel syndrome’s causes is pregnancy. This is due to an accumulation of edema (fluid) within the carpal tunnel. Similar symptoms may also be caused b illnesses such as rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes.

Tumors is rare but also might cause Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Growths and tumors around the hands may cause Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. These tumors are mostly non-malicious and are non-cancerous. Ganglions are the most common cysts found around hands and feet which cause carpal tunnel. Ganglions are non-malicious cysts which contain a jelly- like substance which appears on hands and wrists in the form of bumps. The cause of their appearance is unknown.