Just a few thoughts to try... make sure you stretch your wrists some first (wrist circles, pull finger tips gently back towards top of forearm, etc) Maybe try using a block so the angle and weight isn't so drastic? Or see if you can use finger tips instead of flat palms - that'll help build strong fingers, too ;-) But I do that sometimes near the end of a workout that has a lot of down dog/plank etc when my wrists start to get too tired.
This question came up on another thread not long ago, you may want to look for it.
I try to put more pressure on my fingertips and less on the heel of my palm when it starts to feel like there is too much pressure in my wrists. Also putting more weight in your heels, even if they don't reach the ground can take some pressure/weight off your hands.
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