The best holiday “exercises,” hands down

Today we want to talk to you about something almost everyone suffering from Neuropathy deals with at some point during the holidays:

Sore, achy hands.

You see, achy hands can be the difference between a great holiday season and a bad one…

We get messages from subscribers every day, wondering how, after a long day, they can get just one thing — relief for their hands.

Fortunately, enjoying some relief isn’t as difficult as it may seem…

You just need to know a few simple tricks to soothe your hands — helping them feel their best, even after a long day.

So today, we’re going to share 2 of our favorite techniques for bringing relief to achy hands…

These are “hand exercises” you can do any time of day, no matter how busy you are during these coming weeks.

You see, recent studies show that exercise is an effective way to preserve the function of your nerves and in some cases, even promote nerve regeneration. (1)

The methods we’re going to share today are not only incredibly effective — they’ll make your holiday season a richer, more enjoyable one in the process.

Because these techniques will keep your hands healthy enough for you to spend more quality time doing things for and with the people you care about the most.

So, without further ado, let’s get started:

#1: Build a toy (or build several)

This holiday season, instead of just grabbing a gift card or a new video game for your grandkids, try building them something instead.

It could be a model tank, a dollhouse, or one of those elaborate plastic construction kits.

Delicately aligning each piece, making sure every detail is just right will do wonders for strengthening your hands and keeping them healthy.

(Note: If you’re feeling really comfortable and you’re up to building something more challenging, then feel free. And if you ever feel like you need to take a break from the project, don’t hesitate to listen to your body.)

#2: Put some ornaments on the tree

This might be my favorite health “trick” of them all. Because it’s something the whole family can enjoy and it’s good for you, too.

As you begin selecting ornaments to place on the tree, try going for the ones that are smaller, and harder to hold.

Using your hands and fingers to do intricate, complex movements is vital when it comes to keeping the symptoms of neuropathy at bay. (2)

So, hanging ornaments on the tree will put a smile on your face, warm your heart, and benefit your body all at the same time.

You’ll be amazed at how these simple techniques can make HUGE difference for your hands.

Plus, you’ll be doing something incredible for those around you.

And if you’re looking to support your hands as you work to keep them healthy during the holidays, don’t forget about Nerveology’s expertly crafted formulas.

Our mission is to help you fight back against the symptoms of neuropathy — and our collection of premier blends is designed to help you do just that.


(1) Dobson, John L., Jim McMillan, and Li Li. 2014. “Benefits Of Exercise Intervention In Reducing Neuropathic Pain”. Frontiers In Cellular Neuroscience 8. Frontiers Media SA. doi:10.3389/fncel.2014.00102.

(2) “Hand And Finger Exercises For Neuropathy – Sit And Be Fit”. 2015. Sit And Be Fit. Accessed December 4 2018.

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