It seems to me that our hands tends to really take a beating at times. In fact, all it takes a sore fingertip to make you realize just how important those hands and fingers are. And in this technology age, we tend to spend a lot of time typing on the computer. My mom has arthritis, and my dad has carpal tunnel. I can remember getting stiff and sore hands from doing a variety of things, but I just never thought of doing anything about it. I just figured my fingers would build strength, and hopefully there would be no lasting issues.
Then I heard about YogaHands. I’m going to be really honest with you. I tried this the day it came, and I absolutely hated it! I followed the instructions, and I pushed the YogaHands all the way down to the base of my fingers–just like the picture showed.
It was extremely painful to put the YogaHands on my fingers, and afterwards, my fingers ached. I knew I had to try this again, so I finally got up the nerve to try it again. I decided that I should perhaps not move the contraption down so far on my fingers. Like real yoga, I thought that maybe I needed to work towards putting it down further on my fingers. So I just barely put it on my fingers–just enough so it was stretching my fingers but not enough to be painful. And I will say that my fingers felt completely refreshed afterwards. Then my mom tried it, and my daughter tried it. (she loved it!) So I now have it near my computer, and I plan to use it regularly. And in time, my fingers should become more flexible. I can say without a doubt that your fingers and wrists will feel much more relaxed after using this!
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