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Discussion in 'Support Subforum' started by M, May 21, 2013.

  1. M

    M New Member

    I was hoping some one can clarify some thing for me. I need some TMS reinforcement!

    I have rsi, tension in upper body, shoulders neck and so on. I played tennis for the first time in 2 years. It didn't hurt my wrists at all. For the next 2 days though my fore arms were sore. Oxygen deprivation is what it felt like.

    Is that because my upper body is so tense (from TMS)that the blood flow/ oxygen doesn't get to my wrist properlly for it to replenish? or is it literally my brain putting that ache in my fore arm? regardless of whether there would be tension in my upper body?

    I've got trouble accepting the latter on this? Wouldn't the pain come straight away while playing?

    thanks!
    Matt
     
  2. Forest

    Forest Beloved Grand Eagle

    A common result of TMS is to have symptoms after the activity not during it, so your symptoms are not actually all that surprising. Usually when someone becomes active again their unconscious will try to divert their attention back to their symptoms. Your unconscious saw an opportunity to distract you, and took it.
     

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