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Newly Updated Fact Sheet Suggests that Vitamin B6, Which is Found in Popular Weight Loss Supplement Liproxenol, May Ease Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Date:4/10/2013

Australia (PRWEB) April 10, 2013

People performing repetitive motions with their forearms, wrists and hands are believed to be at a higher risk of developing carpal tunnel syndrome – a painful condition that can cause numbness and tingling in the hands. However, vitamin B6, like that found in Liproxenol, a popular weight loss supplement, may just ease the pain and give carpal tunnel sufferers some much needed relief.

On March 1, 2013, the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke updated their Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Fact Sheet which explains what carpal tunnel syndrome is, who it is likely to affect, and some possible causes. Perhaps most importantly to those diagnosed with it, are the popular treatment options that they suggest.

According to the post, “Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when the median nerve, which runs from the forearm into the palm of the hand, becomes squeezed or pressed at the wrist.” This causes much pain and discomfort from those who suffer from this condition.

Symptoms often include weakness and even numbness in the hand and wrist area that may well extend up the arm. It often comes on slowly, but it usually ends up making daily living extremely difficult as it becomes harder to grasp small objects, make a fist or do any type of activity that involves the lower arm.

Some researchers suggest that people may be more prone to carpal tunnel syndrome if they have smaller wrists, but others say that it has more to do with repeated motion that may cause aggravation and inflammation to the carpal tunnel area. So, those who work factory line jobs, for instance, may have a greater chance of having carpal tunnel syndrome than someone who isn’t flexing their wrists all day.

According to the post, the most prevalent treatment options to help ease the pain associated with this type of diagnosis are anti-inflammatory drugs, surgery and, most naturally, vitamin B6. A post by the U.S. National Library of Medicine also sites many different studies that point to a 200 mg daily dose of vitamin B6 having positive effects with chronic wrist discomfort.

Liproxenol, which is a popular weight loss supplement developed by Liproxenol Nutraceuticals to increase metabolism, decrease appetite and burn excess fat, contains vitamin B6, along with other all natural ingredients such as green tea, cayenne powder and dandelion root.

Liproxenol Nutraceuticals:

Liproxenol Nutraceuticals is recognized as an industry leader in the fields of health, wellness and better living. The company's products are enjoyed by customers around the world and are among a new class of supplements that are not only effective but also safe and made from 100% all-natural ingredients. Liproxenol Nutraceuticals is based in Australia and the USA.

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