5. Take Warm Baths
This can be a full-on relaxing bathing experience or a bath specifically for your hands and wrists. Try to get the water temperature between 92-100 degrees Fahrenheit.
While under water, move your hands and wrists around, stretching and flexing to improve blood flow. Do this 3-4 times a day as needed for additional pain relief. (8)
6. Stay Warm
Should you find that you’re constantly cold (or that your hands and wrists are always cold), layer up and try to stay warm.
Cold muscles and tendons are more likely to strain, causing more pain and pressure with movement. Immerse your hands is warm water or keep a space heater near to warm up with regularly.