The Body, Hands And Feet Feel Hot Even Though They Are Not Sick?
Assalamuallaikum I am 19 years old I want to ask why yes my arms and legs are hot .. Even though the room temperature is normal but I am always hot even though I am not sick .. I have to do it ..
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Akral warm / hot or your hands and feet are warm / hot is a natural condition experienced by humans. Warmth is a picture of blood flow in the hands and feet running well. In the hands and feet area many capillaries are found, where healthy and dirty blood exchange occurs which can affect the human circulatory system. With a smooth blood circulation, the body system will get oxygen and nutrients for their functions and activities.
However, under certain conditions, root heat or hands and feet may also provide a description of certain health complaints, especially if accompanied by health complaints experienced by patients, such as:
1. diabetes, can cause blood flow disorders
2. uric acid, accompanied by complaints of stiffness or pain in the legs
3. narrowing of the arteries of the limbs or hands, will give complaints easily tired, and tingling
4. neuropathy or nerve disorders can cause impaired motion and tingling
In connection with your question, if this hot acral complaint is not accompanied by any complaint, then the complaint that you feel might still be reasonable. Physical exhaustion, long walks or long standing can give you a complaint.
However, if these complaints bother you more, it is important that you consult directly with your neurologist or internist for your examination and find out the possible causes of other diseases. The doctor will conduct interviews, physical examinations and supporting examinations if needed, such as blood tests, or radiological examinations. The results of the examination will be a reference for your care and treatment.
For now, you should avoid physical fatigue, stay up late and also you should try to get enough water and idealize your body weight.
Thus the info we can convey.