Numbness Around The Back?
Why does my right back often feel thick and spreading? Is that characteristic of cholesterol disease?
Hello Indah, thank you for asking.
Feeling thick or maybe in some people felt as numbness or numbness, it can occur in any part of the body. Numbness can affect a narrow area or a wide and wide area. Generally numbness caused by disruption in the muscles and innervation. Some conditions you may experience are:
inflammation of the back muscles
inflammation of the fascia of muscles, ligaments, or tendons
disorders of the nerve area
disorders of the spinal cord
vascular disorders of the area
Medically there is actually no relationship between high cholesterol in the blood and pain or numbness in the muscles. Most cases of hypercholesterolemia are detected only through lab tests, not through physical examination. Hypercholesterolemia can cause physical symptoms if there is a buildup of cholesterol plaque in the walls of blood vessels, causing blocked blood vessels and impaired blood flow. You should consult directly with your doctor so that it can be examined more fully and further. In the meantime, you can warm compresses on numb areas, stretch your muscles frequently, improve your position at work, reduce the amount of time staring at an electronic screen, and can be helped by taking vitamin B complex 1 tablet per day.
Hope this answer helps you. Regards.