The Back Feels Stiff And The Hands Are Numb In People With Diabetes And Hypertension?
Regards, I am Riki (29) and I have been diagnosed with diabetes and hypertension. It has been a long time since I felt that my upper back was hard and stiff. Now, my hands also harden, if according to the medical world, why does that hurt? the relationship with diabetes and hypertension? what drugs can be used to treat this problem?
Diabetes and hypertension are diseases that can occur at any age. Hypertension and diabetes are influenced by lifestyle, and family history. Hypertension that occurs at a young age is usually caused by certain diseases such as kidney problems, hormonal disorders, or because of a heart disease.
hypertension and diabetes can damage nerves and blood vessels. So from the situation you are experiencing, stiffness in the back and hands may be due to a neoropathy. Neuropathy is a condition in which there is a nervous breakdown, be it nerves in the arm or back nerves. Neuropathy can cause symptoms such as tingling, numbness, weakness, stiffness, and numbness. Doing routine therapy to control diabetes and hypertension is very important to do.
but besides that, the condition you are experiencing can also be caused by other causes such as:
vitamin B deficiency
Therefore, to determine the exact cause of the condition you are experiencing, you should check with an internal medicine specialist, so that the doctor can provide the right therapy. Avoid taking any drugs.
Do regular exercise is very important. Also don't smoke and don't consume alcohol. Reduce consumption of salt, and avoid fried foods. Drink enough water.
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