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Quest Vitamins LTD,
8 Venture Way,
Aston Science Park,
Birmingham,
B7 4AP.

Tel: 0121 359 0056
Fax: 0121 359 0313
Email: info@questvitamins.co.uk
Registered in England No. 2530437

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

DESCRIPTION

Also called entrapment neuropathy, carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) occurs when the median nerve becomes irritated and compressed as it passes through the narrow tunnel of the wrist bones. Most often the result of excessive muscle repetition such as typing or carpentry, this disorder reveals itself through finger Pain, tingling, numbness, and eventually loss of finger function.

CTS has been linked to a Vitamin Deficiency in Pyridoxine (vitamin B6). It is also most common in women due to Menopause, oral contraceptives, and Pregnancy. Not surprisingly, these activities are also related to a Pyridoxine deficiency.

NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS

Coenzyme Q10 (1)
Glucosamine Sulphate
Vitamin B complex
Vitamin B6 (2)
Vitamin E (3)
Zinc

REFERENCES

1. Shimomura Y, et al. Protective effect of coenzyme Q-10 on exercise-induced muscular injury. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1991; 176:349-55.
2. Ellis JM. Vitamin B6 deficiency in patients with a clinical syndrome including the carpal tunnel defect. Biochemical and clinical response to therapy with Pyridoxine. Res Comm Chem Path Pharm 1976;13(4):743-57.
3. Muller DP: Vitamin E - Its role in neurological function, Lancet, 1(8318), Jan 29, 1983, p 225-228.

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