Inflammation in the synovial membranes lining your wrist joint crowd the nerves feeding your hand and can cause sore wrists, hand pain, and tingling or numbness that comprise the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.Often, people don't know what brought on their wrist pain, but if a round of antibiotics preceded the symptoms, you can suspect an imbalance in the friendly microbiota covering the synovial lining in your wrists and hands to be involved. One thing your doctor should know is that carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms can happen due to conditions like hypothyroidism, obesity, rheumatoid arthritis, and diabetes, which also have their origin in the integrity of the gut.
According to new research, fungal molds from Candida, Aspergillus, or Exserohilum are responsible for a steady rise in chronic wrist pain and inflammation.If you’ve done a dance with chronic back pain, hip pain or wrist pain and have not found satisfactory relief yet, consider a 30 day challenge to the potentially overgrown fungus and other invasive species of microbiota residing in your mucous membranes. If the thought of fungus growing inside your body grosses you out, step back a minute and consider that everyone on the planet, including the robustly healthy among us has a limited number of yeast/fungi living in the mucous membranes of their body. Friendly bacteria, an alkaline diet and a peaceful existence all serve to keep the friendly organisms in control. But, any one of 8 different risk factors can upset the balance and tip your chemistry in favor of fungus.