Hands Tingling Constantly?
My mother experienced a tingling sensation in my hands and continued to run ……. r nWhat is the right medicine?
Hello Sidik, thank you for your question
Paresthesia is the medical term for impaired sensation in the limb, whether it feels like tingling, numbness, numbness, or pain / heat. Generally, paresthesia is experienced in the hands or feet, either one or both.
In general, here are some of the causes of paresthesia on the hands:
peripheral neuropathy - chronic nerve damage, usually a complication of other diseases, such as diabetes mellitus, hypertension, rheumatoid arthritis, drug side effects, kidney disease, liver disease, etc. radiculopathy - compression, irritation or inflammation of the nerves, for example Cervical spondylosis (narrowing of the nerve canals in the spine due to a degenerative process), a lump appears that presses on the spinal cord. To confirm the diagnosis, the doctor will first screen your mother's health condition. In addition to a physical examination, the doctor will perform additional tests, such as blood tests and body imaging, either with X-rays of the spine in the neck area to CT-scan or MRI. The treatment will be adjusted to the underlying cause, either with drugs or with physical exercise (physiotherapy).
Recommendations for your mother at this time:
avoid doing repetitive movements in the hand area continuously, take regular breaks, consume foods rich in nutrients, especially those containing vitamin B, make sure that your body's fluid needs are fulfilled properly.