In Feb 2020, I was hav­ing issues with my right hand falling asleep at night and caus­ing me to wake up in dis­com­fort and not be able to fall back to sleep. After shar­ing this issue with my sis­ter, she felt it sound­ed like I had carpal tun­nel and to have it looked in to. I am a per­son­al chef and use my right hand con­stant­ly and knew I had to do something…I was miserable.

I had my first hand doc­tor appoint­ment on March 12th and the doc­tor con­firmed I more than like­ly had carpal tun­nel syn­drome but want­ed me to have an elec­tromyo­g­ra­phy test to con­firm. Elec­tromyo­g­ra­phy is a spe­cial­ized diag­nos­tic test that eval­u­ates nerve and mus­cle func­tion and is an exten­sion of the clin­i­cal neu­ro­mus­cu­lar exam, per­formed by a physi­cian with exten­sive post­grad­u­ate train­ing in the eval­u­a­tion of neu­ro­mus­cu­lar disorders.

In the mean­time, before that appoint­ment, in addi­tion to the carpal tun­nel issue my ring fin­ger on the same hand became extreme­ly curved and very painful to straight­en in the morn­ing. So between the carpal tun­nel pain and the fin­ger, my hand was so sore.

I had the diag­nos­tic test on March 16th and it was con­firmed I had carpal tun­nel and a sep­a­rate issue with the fin­ger. Two days lat­er, we were in lock down because of Covid so no hand surgery any time soon as it is con­sid­ered elec­tive. So I just waited…

About 2 weeks lat­er, my hand start­ed to feel better…I had bought a soft splint to wear at night in order to keep my wrist from flex­ing. But it wasn’t just my hand…my fin­ger also relaxed and by the mid­dle of April, the pain was gone…in my fin­ger AND my hand.

I had start­ed tak­ing the Lonicera Longevi­ty and LIFT at the end of Jan­u­ary 2020 and I feel with­out a doubt that after 90 days on these amaz­ing prod­ucts with their anti inflam­ma­to­ry ben­e­fits, that the relief I have expe­ri­enced has avert­ed the need to have surgery…I am thrilled!

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