Free From Disease “gout, Blood Sugar, Cholesterol” Anti Numb Hands & Feet.?
Doctor’s night ……… 1. We are currently having treatment for: a, blood sugar, b. Cholesterol, uric acid. 2. in the condition of the treatment: a, b, c = indeed there are concurrent diseases: a. We hope for a solution: Affordable medicine in pharmacies, cities in terms of healing: Ksemutan / Angkram, Kebas.Dal; am this hopefully our question can be recorded. can be answered sincerely …. From us, greetings for your health Tks.
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High blood sugar, cholesterol, and uric acid levels can trigger a variety of complaints. All of these conditions can be diagnosed through a physical examination and adequate supporting tests, including blood tests, by a doctor directly.
High blood sugar levels are commonly found in diabetics. This condition occurs when the body is unable to produce enough of the hormone insulin. Or, the body could also experience resistance to the work of the insulin hormone even though the pancreas has produced enough. This condition can make blood sugar increase in the blood and cause various complaints, namely polydipsia (frequent thirst), polyphagia (frequent hunger), polyuria (frequent urination), polyneuropathy (frequent tingling, numbness, cramps, or aches. body), weakness, weight loss, prone to infection, and so on.
High blood cholesterol levels (hypercholesterolemia) are most often associated with an unhealthy lifestyle, for example if you are accustomed to consuming foods with high levels of saturated fat (for example egg yolks, butter, coconut milk, biscuits), lazy exercise and activities, smoking, consuming alcohol, or also being obese. A history of certain diseases, such as hypertension, diabetes, hypothyroidism, and liver and kidney disorders, can also increase the risk of developing hypercholesterolemia. In the early stages, hypercholesterolemic sufferers often do not feel significant complaints. However, along with the development of the disease, complaints can arise in the form of body stiffness, fatigue, recurrent head and neck pain, aches, tingling sensations, and so on.
Finally, high uric acid in the blood (hyperuricemia) occurs when the uric acid level in the blood rises beyond the normal range (less than 7 mg / dL). This excess uric acid often builds up in joints which triggers inflammation. As a result, the joint can feel painful, warm, red, swollen, stiff, and difficult to move. This disease is mainly caused by the habit of consuming foods high in purines, such as offal, seafood, red meat, and so on. Consumption of alcohol, some types of drugs (for example ACE inhibitors, aspirin, beta blockers), and a history of other diseases, such as kidney disease, diabetes, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, osteoarthritis, or metabolic syndrome can also make a person more susceptible to this disease.
It can be concluded from our explanation above, that both an increase in blood sugar, cholesterol, and uric acid levels in the blood can both cause complaints in the form of discomfort in the sore area and legs, including tingling, numbness, cramps, pain, and so on. . Therefore, you need to undergo regular control regarding the condition of your disease to a doctor or an internal medicine specialist. That way, the doctor can provide the best management according to the disease you are suffering from. Alternatively, the doctor will recommend that you undergo blood tests and other supporting tests on the hands and feet that are experiencing complaints, such as X-rays, ultrasound, and joint fluid examinations, to determine the appropriate treatment.
In the meantime, so that complaints improve, you can do the following efforts:
Limit foods that are high in simple carbohydrates, saturated fats, and purines (as mentioned above)
Expand to eat vegetables, fruit, and whole grains
Apply warm water to the uncomfortable hands and feet regularly
Wear comfortable, not narrow, footwear
Routine exercise every 2 to 3 days, for example jogging, aerobics, swimming, cycling
Stay away from smoking and consuming alcohol
Maintain weight, prevent obesity
Drink plenty of water (unless your doctor recommends otherwise)
Stay away from stress
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah