Give Me 5 Minutes With Your Brain - And You Will Never Have Writer's Cramp Again!
Posted Oct 30 2008 3:24pm
Did you know there is news that Writer's Cramp may originate in the brain?
Writer’s Cramp May Start in the Brain Brain Abnormalities Linked to Writer’s Cramp By Jennifer Warner WebMD Medical NewsReviewed by Louise Chang, MDJuly 23, 2007 -- Severe cases of writer’s cramp may have their roots in the brain as well as the hands, according to a new study.
Researchers found people with severe writer’s cramp had less brain tissue in three areas of the brain that connect the senses and control movement in their affected hand. writer's cramp = brain cramp continued
Frankly, I always knew this. My brain has always been connected to my writing ability. My hand often goes limp during long periods at the keyboard. Do you think this is what this article is all about? Let me know because I am at a loss. See, now I have writer's block. What do you think that is related to?