hello doc. my body Aches around my back neck, shoulders, wrists, legs, accompanied by annoying sounds around my fingers, neck and knees may indicate some conditions
Thank you for the question.
A body that feels achy and annoying sounds most often indicates inflammation in your joints, for example due to rheumatoid arthritis, gout arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, septic arthritis, osteoarthritis, and so on. In addition to aching and ringing, arthritis can also make your body feel stiff, swollen joints and redness, also appear other comprehensive complaints, such as mild fever, excessive sweating, fatigue, weight loss, and so on.
It could also, in addition to arthritis, your complaints occur due to viral or bacterial infections, lack of exercise, lack of nutrition, fibromyalgia, nerve clamps, osteoporosis, psychological disorders, vascular disorders, metabolic disorders, and so on.
To improve, you should try to do it first:
Take paracetamol to relieve aches
Don't carelessly ring your joints
Be diligent in exercising, at least 30 minutes every day
Compress warm joints that feel uncomfortable
Maintain your ideal body weight
Be more diligent in eating vegetables, fruits, and other food sources that contain rich antioxidants and B complex vitamins
Don't stress too much or think too much
On the other hand, if this complaint makes you unable to do normal activities as usual, or other severe symptoms appear as mentioned above, you can check yourself directly to the doctor for further evaluation, for example by blood tests, x-rays, joint fluid examination, CT scan, and so on. If necessary, you can later be referred to an internist, neurologist or other specialized doctor.
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