Finger Exercises & How to Get Slimmer Fingers
Do you ever face difficulties with taking on or off the beautiful ring? Are you bothered by the looking of your fingers? If you have such concerns, I bet you must have thought more than once about how to make your fingers skinnier. Still, the finger look including the length and shape is commonly thought to be given by the genes, there are some controllable things can be done to make the finger skinnier or look skinnier.
Hand and finger exercises can help strengthen your hands and fingers, increase your range of motion, and give you pain relief. Stretch only until you feel tightness. You shouldn’t feel pain. Start with this simple stretch:
Try this stretch to help with pain relief and to improve the range of motion in your hands:
Place your hand palm-down on a table or other flat surface. Gently straighten your fingers as flat as you can against the surface without forcing your joints.
Hold for 30 to 60 seconds and then release. Repeat at least four times with each hand.
This stretch helps improve the range of motion in your fingers.
Hold your hand out in front of you, palm facing you. Bend your fingertips down to touch the base of each finger joint. Your hand should look a little like a claw. Hold for 30 to 60 seconds and release. Repeat at least four times on each hand.
This exercise can make it easier to open door knobs and hold things without dropping them.
Hold a soft ball in your palm and squeeze it as hard as you can. Hold for a few seconds and release. Repeat 10 to 15 times on each hand. Do this exercise two to three times a week, but rest your hands for 48 hours in between sessions. Don’t do this exercise if your thumb joint is damaged.
This exercise helps strengthen the muscles of your fingers and thumb. It can help you turn keys, open food packages, and use the gas pump more easily.
Pinch a soft foam ball or some putty between the tips of your fingers and your thumb.Hold for 30 to 60 seconds. Repeat 10 to 15 times on both hands. Do this exercise two to three times a week, but rest your hands for 48 hours in between sessions. Don’t do this exercise if your thumb joint is damaged.
Use this exercise to help increase the range of motion and flexibility in your fingers.
Place your hand flat, palm down, on a table or other surface. Gently lift one finger at a time off of the table and then lower it. You can also lift all your fingers and thumb at once, and then lower. Repeat eight to 12 times on each hand.