The Fingers Move Themselves?

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hello doctor, my name is taufiq 21 years old, i want to ask, my right thumb and left middle finger often move themselves is this dangerous? thank you

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Hello Taufiq, thank you for using HealthReplies.com.


Uncontrolled and uncontrolled movements in one or more parts of your body are called tremors. Tremors usually occur because the part of the brain that controls muscles experiences problems. Tremors occur naturally because the hand is too often used for writing, typing, using a smartphone, experiencing stress or anxiety.


However, there are also some diseases and conditions that can cause tremors, such as Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke, brain injury, liver failure, decreased nerve function, hyperthyroidism, low blood sugar, effects of amphetamine, corticosteroids, certain psychiatric drugs, alcohol abuse, caffeine consumption excess, and mercury poisoning.


The danger or not your condition can certainly only be determined after it is clear what causes the tremors. If you experience a sudden or worsening tremor, and it has disrupted your daily activities, I suggest you consult directly with a neurologist, so that a thorough examination can be carried out, such as question and answer, vital signs examination, physical examination, and supporting examination if necessary, so that treatment can be given in accordance with the cause of your tremor.


As for the things you can do right now are:

Do not consume excessive alcohol and caffeine
Not too long to type, write and use a smartphone. Rest and stretch every 30 minutes at work
Consuming adequate nutrition

Such information that I can provide, hopefully can help you.

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