The Hands Are Often Aching And Trembling With A Stiff Body?
I want to ask. My hands are often stiff and sometimes shaking like that until I feel like I’m being pulled up without being able to control it. My whole body feels stiff and not long afterwards I faint for a few minutes when I wake up from my consciousness as if I was confused about what I was and myself my head was dizzy, my stomach nauseous has happened 5 times from last year in november, which I was surprised when I was having my last menstruation and I was just lying in bed and I had no history of any pain from childhood. What do you think I have? Please reply
Trembling hands can be caused by various causes. from the circumstances that you experience, maybe one of them can be caused by hyperthyroidism. hyperthyroidism is a condition where an increase in thyroid hormone levels. Thyroid itself plays a role in the body's metabolism, and thyroid hormones are produced from the thyroid gland in the neck region. Hyperthyroidism is quite common in women. Hyperthyroidism can cause symptoms such as trembling in the body, palpitations, weakness, excessive sweating, dizziness, and may be accompanied by fainting if thyroid levels are very high. However, to ascertain hyperthyroidism or not, further tests, such as blood tests or ultrasound, are needed.
but other than that the situation that you experience can also be caused by other causes such as:
certain types of epilepsy
excessive stress / psychosomatic
low blood sugar / hypoglycemic levels
PCOS / polycystic ovarian disease
Therefore, it is recommended that you check yourself directly to a specialist in internal medicine, so that the doctor can examine your condition directly and carry out further examinations. make a habit of eating breakfast with nutritious food, getting enough rest, don't smoke, avoid excessive stress and don't consume alcohol.
The following article you can read about thyroid disease
may be useful. thank you