Comfortable Wrist Brace Protector
This Wrist Brace Support provides a snug fit to help with wrist sprains, arthritis, and bone fractures. Breathable and lightweight material allows for optimal airflow and comfortable wearing. The easily adjustable strap allows for a customizable fit and medical-grade support.
• INSTANT PAIN RELIEF: Suffer from carpal tunnel, tendonitis, or arthritis pain? Our wrist brace gives instant pain relief when you type, gaming, sleep, and do many other daily activities.
• FULL RANGE OF FINGER MOTION: While the wrist brace offers excellent support to the wrist, it won't constrain your finger movement. You can still enjoy the things you usually do when having it on.
• FITS LIKE A GLOVE: We want it to fit your wrist perfectly. So, we don't want to compromise with different sizes to ensure it fits your needs.
• BREATHABLE AND COMFORTABLE: Open sleeve design makes wearing easier, more convenient, light, breathable, and comfortable.
• ALUMINUM ALLOW SPLINT: The wrist is fixed and stabilized by a plastic aluminum alloy splint.
• GREAT DESIGN: Hook and loop fastener design, adjustable tightness, excellent material.
• ADJUSTABLE AND WASHABLE: alloy support bar is convenient to remove and can adjust the bending degree, which is suitable for washing.
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7 WAYS A WRIST BRACE CAN REDUCE PAIN
SUPPORT FOR SPORTS TRAINING
While most people may think of wrist braces as a response to pain or injury, athletes know they can also be used to prevent damage. Not all braces are rigid to protect or splint an injury in athletics. There’s a constant risk of accidentally over-extending and causing a sprain or twisting painfully out of alignment. Many sports and practicing for them can also induce repetitive motion injuries. A firm elastic wrist brace without or with minimal rigid panels can help athletes avoid these common injuries and the downtime they cause by preventing the wrist from going beyond a healthy range of motion and, in some cases, distributing stress over a greater area.
STOCKING AND SHIPPING
Of course, repetitive motion injuries aren’t just for athletes. Most people do something at work over and over again that can result in damage to the wrists or other vital joints. Those who work in stocking and shipping, constantly hauling boxes and flats of inventory, are at an especially high risk for wrist injuries because they lift and move heavy objects and repeat the same motions many times in a row most days a year. Wearing a supportive brace like an athlete is a great way to avoid injury, and if you ever get a sprain or cumulative repeated motion damage, a more rigid wrist brace can help you recover and get back to work more quickly.
CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome usually results from working primarily with your hands on a keyboard or controller. Given the digital nature of modern life and work, it is incredibly common among the many desk-based occupations. Anyone who works mainly through minor motion finger manipulation is at risk for carpal tunnel though jobs involving intense vibration like jackhammer operation can also be a problem. Carpal tunnel syndrome usually results in pain, tingling, numbness, and occasional difficulty moving the thumb and first two fingers. It is caused by excess pressure on the median nerve, which runs through the ‘carpal tunnel’ inside your wrist. A wrist brace (often worn in pairs in this case) can help relieve that pressure and is essential to carpal tunnel treatment. Many people wear braces mostly at night and use an ergonomic keyboard during the day to reduce stress on the nerve.
Your wrist will swell significantly after a sprain or other minor internal wrist injury unless you take steps to prevent and reduce the inflammation. Swelling will make your wrist both more tender and more difficult to move. It’s essential to adhere to the RICE principles of injury recovery to reduce and control swelling: rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation. A wrist brace serves two purposes after a sprain, to support the injured area and compress the wrist to keep the swelling down. While you can use an elastic bandage, a wrist brace with straps is faster and easier to put on and take off. How long you wear the wrist brace should be determined by the severity of your injury, your planned activities during recovery, and how long it takes for the swelling to stop.
PREVENT FURTHER INJURY
Once the swelling has gone down from a wrist injury, you no longer need the compression of a tight elastic-enforced wrist brace, but you may still need to protect the injury from further damage through misuse. If you’re like most people, you don’t have time to take several weeks off from work and other activities, but at the same time, you also don’t want to do additional damage to the wrist by trying to lift something too heavy, hold something at the wrong angle, or forget that the wrist is in recovery simply because it has stopped hurting. A rigid wrist brace can act as a motion restriction to keep you from over-extending as a tendon heals, armor to protect from accidental impacts, and support to help it distribute any lifting work you need to do. It can also be a physical reminder that your wrist is still injured and needs to be treated gently.
Tendonitis is a unique form of repetitive motion injury that is usually caused by overuse of the wrist. It is very similar and often confused with carpal tunnel syndrome but doesn’t have anything to do with the eponymous carpal tunnel area of the wrist. With tendonitis, overuse of the wrist through light or heavy use at a computer desk, stock room, or sports field results in minor damage to and eventual inflammation of the tendons in your wrist that tie your fingers to the muscles in your arm. Overuse without warmups and exercises, which rarely occurs to office workers and manual laborers, will cause the arm muscles to tighten, pulling the tendons too tight. Combined with the repetitive motion, this creates strain, tiny tendon tears like a sprain, and friction damage from fast, constant overuse. This causes the tendons to swell, hurt, and limit motion. Wrist braces for tendonitis can reduce pain, and the amount that repetitive motion at work can damage the wrist. They work best with exercises that warm up and loosen your arm muscles.
Arthritis can happen to almost anyone because it’s not caused by activity. Arthritis of the wrist occurs when all the buffer cartilage in your wrist wears away, allowing those tiny wrist bones to rub directly against each other. This can be incredibly painful, cause swelling, and restrict the wrist's comfortable movements without actually stopping movement altogether. While there are many effective treatments for arthritis, one of the best ways to reduce this painful bone rubbing is to partially immobilize your wrist with braces that keep them from moving too much, especially during particularly painful activities.
Wrist braces are used for support, recovery, immobilization, compression, and protection though usually not all at once. Whether you’re an athlete avoiding injury during practice, a diligent desk jockey treating tendonitis, or anyone recovering from a common wrist sprain, this is the perfect wrist brace that will help you achieve your goals and keep your wrist safe.
Colors: Black & Blue
Materials: Nylon + Polyester + polyester cotton + PP + PU + Aluminium alloy + Environmentally Friendly Foam
S: Around Wrist 4.72 Inches - 6.29 Inches
M: Around Wrist 6.29 Inches - 8.66 Inches
L: Around Wrist 8.66 Inches
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