#1
Hey guys, about a week ago, I lowered my strap and tried playing at that height to see if I could do it. I did so for about 1-2 hours and after doing so, my wrist started to hurt so I stopped it completely and raised it back again. After that day, I noticed that there has been a very slight pain/discomfort in my fretting wrist so I played very easy songs for the next couple of days. Now I am back to playing my regular songs that are faster and whatnot and the pain and discomfort is still there.

What should I do? Is this serious?
#2
yo probably pulled something in your wrist a little bit, it should go away after a while, and also teach you not to crabcore with a guitar
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#4
If anything, it could be inflammation. To reduce inflammation, you gotta bring the swelling down, so ice can help. dont freeze your hand tho, just make it like a nice cold temperature(no pain, skin doesn't turn red, just nice and cold). I am currently going through a similar pain, just not from the strap issue
#5
will this lead to carpal tunnel or will ice do the trick and solve the problem?
#6
carpal tunnel is onset by continous inflmation that wont go away. where it stays permanent i think. so just prevent inflamation or to fix your current one and never let it get worse i assume @_@