Tingling & Numbness
Have you noticed tingling or numbness in your pinkie and ring finger? Do you typically hold your cell phone to your ear using that same hand? If you answered yes to these questions, you are probably developing
Cell Phone Elbow!
I knew that it was only a matter time, before chronic cell phone users would begin damaging an essential nerve in their arms by bending their elbows too tightly for too long. When cell phone users hold the phone to their ears, they stretch a nerve that extends underneath the funny bone and controls the smallest fingers. When they talk for long periods of time in that position, it chokes the blood supply to the nerves. It makes the nerves m-a-l-f-u-n-c-t-i-o-n. The next thing you know, there’s tingling in the ring and small finger. People who have this condition, which is technically called Cubital Tunnel Syndrome, can feel weakness and clumsiness in their hands.
They fit behind your ear and are simple to use. Within days you should notice the tingling in your fingers fading away.
I hope this post was helpful.