forearm pain

Get Rid of Forearm Pain Naturally

Forearm pain can affect everything from your elbow to your finger tips and be caused by injuries in the elbow, wrist and shoulder as well as by overuse and injury to the forearm itself. It can be debilitating, making common, everyday activities difficult. Nerve and muscle damage in the forearm can cause weakness in the hands, pain in the elbow, and even cause injuries in the shoulder as you try to overcompensate for pain and weakness in the arm. Treat it effectively with these home remedies.


How do I know if I have forearm pain?

  • Numbness
  • Tingling
  • Pins and needles
  • Burning
  • Aching


How do I prevent forearm pain?

  • Remember to stay in shape. Regular exercise helps to prevent overuse and accidental injuries.
  • Be careful how you sleep; don’t compress your nerves by sleeping on your arm.
  • Lose weight! Extra weight can cause nerve problems.
  • Take regular breaks, especially if you type a lot.
  • Make sure you’re sitting in a neutral position for any and all computer work.


How can I treat forearm pain?

  • Do exercises to help strengthen the entire arm.
  • Use the R.I.C.E. method: Rest, Ice, Compress, and Elevate your forearm to help reduce the pain and inflammation and encourage healing.
  • Consider acupuncture. It helps to stimulate healing.
  • Add some ginger to your food or make ginger tea. Ginger is a natural anti-inflammatory. You could also add turmeric to your foods.
  • Arnica gel can be rubbed on the forearm to help reduce pain and inflammation.
  • Use serrapeptase to help eliminate pain naturally.
  • Solomon’s Seal helps to reduce inflammation and tendon pain.
  • Butcher’s bloom helps to speed up healing by increasing circulation.
  • Quince increases circulation and helps to nourish tendons and muscles.
  • Boswellia can be rubbed on to help with pain, swelling and inflammation.
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