Current day and age, using modern devices like smartphones, tablets, iPods, etc. Have become a part of everyone's life. However, unwanted side effects occur. Thanks to our constant performance and crushing our fingers to send email, text, play games, etc., generally speaking, discomfort is increasing. Because we do these activities very regularly, the likelihood of recurrent stress disorder (RSI) is very high. It may range from mild sinusitis to chronic symptoms like Trigger Finger or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
Trigger finger is swollen in the sinus or sinus the dial in the palm of the hand of the bones that bend your fingers. This swelling prevents the sinus from sliding through the dial and the legament that keeps its tendon.
Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when the median, which passes from the forearm to the palm of the hand, will be pushed or squeezed in the wrist. The median of the nerve controls the feelings of the palm side of the thumb and fingers (but not the fingers), as well as encouraging the small muscles in the hand that allow your fingers and thumbs to move. The carpal tunnel – narrow, rigid gangway and bones at the base of the hand – houses median nerve and tendon. Sometimes thickening of irritated sinuses or other inflammation of the tunnel narrows, causing the central air to be compressed. The result may be pain, weakness or numbness in the hand and the wrist that radiates the arm.
The above items begin to deteriorate with age and therefore you must be especially careful about such pain if you are over 40.  Some ways you can avoid this are listed below:
– Try and avoid using the device for a long time, take a regular break
– Relax by releasing your hands and arm in a free swing position  – If you feel any numbness or inflammation in your hands, you should stop using phone and relax your hands in hot water for five to 10 minutes.
– Try not to bend your wrist again in the long run and conscious effort to use different fingers, not just the index finger, and put the phone on the desk while texting.
– You can wear wrists straight and some anti-inflammatory medications are also helpful
– The following exercises will also help reduce pain:
o Pla Hold your right hand in front of you, as you give some talent. Then turn your hands clockwise so your fingers turn down and your wrist is up. Hold your fingers with your left hand and pull your fingers away from your wrist. Hold for about 10 seconds. Repeat the same method on the left side by turning manually counterclockwise instead.
o Hold your hands in the knee position in front of your chest, simply put your hands down through the middle of your chest and stomach, hold your hands together. Repeat several times.
o With your hands in the front of the chest, turn your fingers so they turn down toward the floor, then lean your hands down through the center of the body and hold hands together. Repeat this several times.
Source by Sumegha Jayaswal