|posted Dec-05-2006 07:54 AM
Sounds very familiar here.
It is mostly temperature related for me...any thing below 45 will bring it on.
Agree with previous posts regarding nerve damage..I've done enough microscope work to have had carpal tunnel surgery, and I feel my wrists and hands after long bouts of typing.
Symptoms are similar to Raynaud's syndrome, but I'm not sure that is actually what is going on. (edited to correct spelling)
Because mine often come with a post-run chill here are my
Try to relax forearms and hands while running.
Don't hang around outside waiting, wait inside or in your car out of the wind.
Gloves/mittens, even if you feel silly.
Room temp liquids pre-run
Change to warm dry clothes ASAP post-run
Warm liquids post-run
Tucking hands into warmest areas when they blanch
immersion in warm, not HOT water
[This message has been edited by yogini runner (edited Dec-06-2006).]