The Cause Of Tingling In The Hands When I Wake Up?
Good afternoon, I asked when I woke up, my right hand could not move like it was paralyzed for 5 minutes, then the hand returned to normal, it happened to the same foot, what was the cause? And how to overcome it how? Thank you…
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints that you experience, need to be ascertained in advance whether the symptoms that you feel are tingling or like paralysis. Because tingling with paralysis is clearly different, where tingling is a feeling of discomfort that is described as being stabbed by a needle in large quantities but can still move, and paralysis is a condition where we can not move at all. This is important because with different main complaints, the possible causes and handling later can also be different.
In general, complaints of either tingling or paralysis can indeed be included in the group of nerve disorders. But in detail, nerve disorders can vary. Nerve can be depressed or pinched, nerve injury, infection, inflammation, or various other conditions depending on the results of the examination. Our advice is that you should check yourself with a neurologist for further examination including a history, physical examination and possibly support if deemed necessary. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of the inspection.
Meanwhile, because the actual conditions are unclear, there isn't much you can do independently other than implementing a healthy lifestyle. Avoid cigarettes, maintain ideal body weight, meet nutritional needs, and multiply the consumption of foods containing vitamin B which are good for nerves. So, hopefully answering your question.