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Here are five ways you can treat your carpal tunnel syndrome at home: Ice your wrist or soak it in an ice bath for 10 minutes to 15 minutes once or twice an hour. Relieve nighttime pain by gently shaking your hand and wrist or hanging your hand over the side of the bed. Buy a wrist splint at the drugstore to keep your hand properly aligned.What happens if carpal tunnel syndrome is left untreated?
“Untreated carpal tunnel syndrome can cause severe pain, numbness and tingling, and muscle weakness of grip and loss of finger dexterity,” says John-Paul H. Rue, MD, orthopedic sports medicine surgeon with Orthopedics and Joint Replacement at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, MD.