Joint Pain in the Index, Middle & Thumb Finger Playing Guitar: In
this video, you will discover 5 natural ways to ease finger pain
from playing guitar
As we age our bodies gradually get weaker or less stronger when
attempting to do physical things or routines, especially things we
are not used to doing.
For instance, we may wake up in the morning doing our daily
routine, gardening or tidying up our garage only to wake up the next
morning after a night rest with pains all over our joint and body that
lasts for several days or perhaps a week.
During our adolescent, teenage or youth days, it’s much easier to
get up from bed the next morning after a hard day at school or
work with lesser pains.
But as we age, the pains are much quicker to come around but
takes longer leave our body
This also happens when you just get started, learning how to play
guitar. even if you are a beginner of any age, pains in the fingers,
hands or wrist is a likely occurrence.
so, how can you ease or get relief from these pains
Here are 5 ways you can ease this pain
1. Use a hand exercise device: it helps to strengthen the muscles of the hand which in turn helps to ease the pain when playing guitar
2. Use a finger exercise device or tool as well: its primarily used
for fingers workout. its meant for guitarist and can be gotten from
3. Use a dumbbell with low weight: You can use it to exercise your
arms to increase muscle strength.
4. keep playing the guitar but don’t overdo it: Although the pains
and discomfort you are having on your hands, fingers, wrist, arms or the elbow may be as a result of your playing the guitar.
This pain is normal if you are just starting, so you need to keep
playing to get used to it but don’t overdo it.
5. Use a slide: if your arthritis is at an advanced stage, you may
use a slide when playing the guitar. A slide is a piece of an object
made of either metal or glass that fits on the finger.