Of course you can. It's no joke! has nothing to do with muscles but nerves - and once you get it - it's FOREVER. Oh yeah it'll get better but can come back . I had it. Could not hold up a full cup of coffee in hand.
Acupuncture worked for me. in 15 minutes - I could hold that cup of coffee. Acupuncture works by overloading pinched nerve endings that are sending the pain signal. This increases your pain level reaction and it don't hurt no more.
I agree with ptosis you can !
In the nerves once you get it it's forever !
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