Legs Shrink And Can Not Be Moved In People With Hypertension?
I want to ask . Why do people with hypertension have smaller legs and can’t move?
Hi Marwati, Thank you for your question on HealthReplies.com
Immovable legs have many causes, and the possible causes are:
Stroke, which is often caused by blockage of a blood vessel or rupture of a blood vessel which is often caused by people with hypertension or high blood pressure Nerve clamping, which is often caused by a history of trauma or injury.
Nerve clamping disorders Rheumatoid arthritis Osteoarthritis Injury or trauma, which causes lack of mobilization or movement, so the leg muscles shrink Blockage of blood vessels in the legs So hypertension does not directly cause the legs to shrink, but hypertension can cause disorders in the blood vessels in the brain. Check with your doctor if you experience immobility of the legs or they are getting smaller, so that the exact cause can be determined and the doctor can treat it according to the cause.
Thank you, hopefully useful. dr.Nurmarwiyah