You may notice that your hands are usually cold, due to poor circulation. While washing your hands in hot water can warm them up, gloves might help even more. Mines were used as I suffered through painful Wrist Pain and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. I learned from my hand therapist that I could wear gloves most of the time to warm up my hands and improve circulation in them. No need to any special RSI glove, any glove will do.
I like the Ironman Elite cycling gloves because of their thick Spenco shock absorbing padding. They work well when I’m driving or biking.
Isotoner Gloves (Anti-RSI Gloves)
Isotoner Therapeutic Gloves were recommended to me by my hand therapist to ease pain and swelling of hands to my RSI or carpal tunnel syndrome. I find that they help ease hand pain. They work like compression socks or tights, providing a very tight fit. These close come in various sizes and even have openings so you can still type. Measure your hand size before ordering as they have several different sizes.
You probably use a computer. RSI Warrior is a software package I have used to fight Wrist Pain and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. It brings up rest break reminders, stretches, ergonomics tips, and automatic mouse clicking. Try the Free Demo