Causes And Ways To Deal With Rigid Fingers?
, I was in 3rd grade of high school, I was upset because of family problems, I was so upset I cried and rattled while straining to hold my temper, before long my fingers were stiff and I tried to turn back and straighten again, but again bent my fingers again, guess what happened to myself? Is it possible from the nerves of the brain? And should I be scanned by CT?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Your condition is most likely a state of conversion hysteria or hyperventilation syndrome. Conversion hysteria is a condition that is mainly triggered by strong emotional or emotional problems, which the body converts or converts into physical symptoms, and often indeed are stiff fingers. But it can also be paralyzed, or faint. Of course even if paralyzed, this is only temporary. When the person has calmed down, all conditions will return to perfection and have no effect on their daily lives. This condition can only come back again if there are conditions that trigger emotions as strong.
Hyperventilation syndrome is more or less the same condition, that this is triggered by a strong emotional response, the difference is in this condition, sufferers also breathe faster which condition can really have a real physical impact, called respiratory alkalosis. In addition, these two conditions often occur in women, adolescents or young adults, although basically it can happen to anyone.
So regarding this complaint, in fact you know enough that it is your body's response, there is no need to panic and there is no need to worry too much. When that happens, try to calm yourself, or if there is something you want to get out maybe by crying or screaming, do it until you are satisfied and don't need to worry about the rigidity. Then after finishing, calm yourself, be alone, take a shower, soak or do anything to make you feel more comfortable. If the stiffness persists even after you have calmed down, then consult a neurologist. But if you feel that you have more difficulty controlling your emotions so that rigidity often occurs, consult a psychiatrist. So, hopefully answering your question.