Follow-up On Tingling In The Hands That Have Been 2 Weeks Is Not Lost At The Age Of 53 Years?
In the morning I want to ask my father, aged 53 years and already 2 weeks often tingling and it turns out that the blood lab cholesterol and uric acid check is normal. I wonder why it doesn’t disappear, it’s tingling. Thank you, please answer
tingling or in medical terms referred to as paresthesia, is a sign of a nervous breakdown. This condition can occur for a moment or be experienced in a long period of time. Tingling often occurs in the legs, hands and arms. As for some of the causes of tingling include:
too long to sit
lack of vitamins B1, B6 and B12
presence of pins on the ladder (for example in the case of carpal tunnel syndrome)
hypothyroidism (lack of thyroid hormone levels)
being in certain treatments such as chemotherapy
to ensure the cause of tingling experienced by your father the doctor needs to do a direct examination. Generally, uric acid levels and high cholesterol are not directly related to the tingling condition that is complained of.
For now try to avoid the same position for too long, exercise regularly, implement a healthy diet and consult a doctor.
I hope that helps