The Cause Of The Limbs Is Difficult To Move, Not Energized. Parkinson’s Disease?
Ass, good night I want to consult my body, hands, feet and even my neck is difficult to move like tea if you move it can’t be because it’s limp there’s no energy but strangely if it’s been hours or more parts of my body can be moved again, the question is do I have Parkinson’s disease or neurological disease. thank you (hatur nuhun)
Parkinson's disease is a disorder that occurs in brain nerve cells due to genetic factors as well as environmental influences. The symptoms of Parkinson's disease are as follows:
Tremors, shaking movements that usually start from the fingers, hands, which can be seen when the hand is not doing any activity Muscle stiffness that causes difficulty moving Bradykinesia, slow body movements Impaired balance and posture Speech and other disorders at a more advanced stage of the disease such as thinking disorders, chapter disorders, swallowing disorders, to depressive disorders. Parkinson's disease is usually experienced by older people and until now there is no medicine to cure it. The complaints you feel are not necessarily due to Parkinson's disease. Naturally, when you wake up, your legs, hands and other parts of your body feel weak and uncomfortable when you move them. This can occur due to the buildup of lactate in the muscles which are used before sleeping for activities. During sleep, the blood circulation to the muscles that are not used also decreases, so that when you wake up in the morning, your hands and feet feel uncomfortable. By doing stretching or other light activities the hands will return to normal.
Some things to try to reduce your complaints include:
Sleep in a good position, use a pillow that is not too high and a proper sleeping pad Avoid exercising or too strenuous activity before bed Drink enough water at least 8 glasses a day Avoid heavy eating 2-3 hours before bedtime If your complaints persist and body weakness is not gradually disappear, you should check with a neurologist for further examination.
That's the explanation from me, hopefully it's useful.
dr. Saphira Evani