Stiff To Difficult Activities In The Hands And Instep Areas?
Hello, my doctor has been stiff for the past 2 months, my arms, legs, legs, are having difficulty in doing activities, have my syrafs been damaged or possibly other diseases? I was treated at the hospital 2x when I was at the hospital, I could move my legs and the muscle cramps disappeared … but after arriving at my house my legs repeatedly hurt … please enlighten me, doctor THANK YOU
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Rigid, cramped, to the point where it is difficult to engage in activities involving the hands and instep areas can indeed indicate a nervous breakdown. These neurological disorders can be many possible triggers for example due to lack of neurotropic vitamins and minerals, diabetes, nerve pain, stroke, tumor or infection around the spine, immune disorders (for example due to multiple sclerosis or Guillain-Barre syndrome), or other degenerative diseases. It could also, interference with other organs also affect the nerve function of your hands and feet, for example disorders of the thyroid gland, kidney disorders, and so on.
Not only because of nerve disorders, stiffness and cramps in the hands and feet that you experience can also occur due to other factors, for example injuries when inactivity, fibromyalgia, viral or bacterial infections, alcoholism, psychosomatic disorders, and so on.
A thorough neurological examination is needed to identify exactly what triggers your complaint. Therefore, we suggest, if complaints are often repeated, especially to make you often undergo treatment in hospital, consult directly with your doctor or neurologist so that the best treatment is given. Usually, your doctor will also encourage you to do some further tests, for example laboratory, x-ray, electromyography, and so on before identifying the appropriate treatment.
For now, first apply the following tips:
Compress the hands and feet that have complaints with warm water Do not massage or massage carelessly stiff hands and feet Actively moving and exercising, especially those involving stretching hands and feet Do not stress or worry excessively Eating and drinking enough, and balanced nutritional value, especially lots contains vitamin B, for example salmon, nuts, beef, etc. Stay away from alcohol Adequate rest Hope it helps yes ..