Shoulder Pain After Waking Up Accompanied By Cold Sweat?
Hello, I want to ask, after waking up my shoulders ache in the left and right shoulders. if you hold it, it feels hard and you keep breaking out in a cold sweat, why do you think? Thank you
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There are many possible causes of pain in the shoulder area, it can come from disorders of the components that make up the shoulder itself, for example skin, muscles, joints, or bones, or it can also come from disorders in other places that spread to the shoulder.
If the shoulder pain that you feel occurs more frequently when you wake up from sleep, is accompanied by shoulders that feel hard and sweating excessively, then the cause is most likely:
Rheumatoid arthritis (arthritis due to rheumatism, autoimmune disorders) Arthritis (inflammation of the joints) due to other causes, such as gout (gout), osteoarthritis Fibromyalgia (musculoskeletal pain that appears accompanied by mood disorders, sleep disturbances, memory problems, and fatigue) Shoulder injuries , for example due to collisions or excessive repetitive movements, causing fractures or fractures, joint dislocations, ligament injuries, or other damage Pinched nerves, can be due to injuries, tumors or infections in the spine Disorders of spinal curvature, for example scoliosis, kyphosis Vitamin deficiency or certain minerals Viral or bacterial infections Herpes zoster and post herpetic neuralgia, etc. How long have you had this complaint?
If the complaint still occurs for less than 3 days with light intensity, you can address the complaint with the following efforts:
Compress the sore shoulder with ice cubes Do not massage or massage the sore shoulder excessively. Rest the sore shoulder and arm from excessive activity, including carrying a bag that is too heavy, and doing other repetitive and extreme movements Take paracetamol to help relieve pain Get plenty of rest and sleep regularly Exercise regularly Do not smoke However, if the pain persists for 3 days or more, the intensity is getting heavier, or other complaints arise, such as swelling, lumps, numbness, and so on, then you should have an immediate check-up with yourself. doctor or neurologist yes .. Some tests, such as x-rays, blood tests, ultrasound, or CT scan may be done by the doctor to identify the best treatment for your complaint.
Hope it helps ..