Overcoming Nerve Problems
Asalamualaikum dok salamat morning, my name is meri pramai bowo at the age of 20 years old, I want it to be a matter of nervousness maybe I will tell the story a little chronologically, in 2014, I was prone to having a broken doc and a result of my right hand like numbness and not being able to tell a little chronology doc until finally consulting the hospital and diagnosing nerve damage but don’t know for sure breaking up or squeezing, after several attempts one of the way of operating the doc dn after a few years about “3 years ago there was a bit of a prubhn skli but not significantly able to move the movement Certainly, it doesn’t have any strength and my hand is already a little bit, but it can’t feel like it’s normal like that, and the part of the operation is on the right side of the neck, but it’s really the back part of the back, precisely the part of the scoop, if pressed I feel sick even though now, what’s the matter with the already existing Prubhan that couldn’t have been the same as skli and after many years “bru ad prubhan can d the slightest movement will be able to return to normal motion doc even though I know certainly not powered, but what is still possible for the movement can be as before, and conduct therapies that can be practiced, right at home to make numbness possible by soaking with water warm or bgaimna doc think “thanks so much and mohn the explanation doc, good morning
Hello Meri, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Peripheral nerve damage can occur with symptoms such as numbness, cramps, or weakness in the hands or feet. This can occur due to various things such as bad lifestyle, trauma, vitamin B deficiency, or due to certain diseases.
Trauma resulting in nerve damage will certainly be treated both surgical and non-surgical. In surgical treatment, the condition will gradually improve. And related to your question whether it can return to normal or not is very dependent on the cause of the damage and how heavy the damage is. It is therefore very important to see your doctor again if you experience significant complaints. That way the doctor can examine you again. It is also to see whether the complaint is really related to the situation after surgery or there are other causes.
For now things you can do are:
Eat healthy and nutritious food
Expand fruits and vegetables as a source of vitamins
Maintain a healthy lifestyle
Get enough rest
Consumption of vitamins B1, B6, and B12 as neurotropic vitamins
That's all, hope it helps.