The Cause Of The Hand Is Often Electrocuted After The Move?
Hello, I have complaints that my hands feel like shocked after doing activities, especially after playing basketball and then holding metal or iron objects or holding my friend’s hand suddenly feels like being shocked and sometimes making a “cetass” sound like that, thank you.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. In the human body, there is indeed an electric current. In the process of the heart beating, moving muscles, or even in the thinking of the brain, there is electricity flowing. When this electricity is disrupted, abnormalities that can arise in the form of seizures or heart rhythm abnormalities.
But regarding your condition, it is not a general condition. Even if there is, usually people feel shocked when their hands hit something and it's normal. Indeed, it was reported that there was someone whose electricity was so strong that he could light the bulb by holding it. But there has been no research to explore these conditions and generally the electricity we have is not so great that it can flow like that.
So if your complaint does feel so annoying, check with a neurologist. Your neurologist will then need time to analyze from how long this has happened, what is the trigger, whenever the symptoms appear and may be triggered if possible. The handling that you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
Meanwhile, because this condition is not often encountered, there isn't much you can do independently. Simply live a healthy lifestyle, and avoid triggering these conditions. So, hopefully answering your question.