The Palm Of The Hand Feels Hot And There Is A Pulse?
Hi, I’m 16 years old. I want to ask if your palm feels hot (when clenched or pinned to another palm) and when silent it often feels like there is a pulse, especially in the left palm. What do you think the possibility is? Thanks.
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The skin of the palm is generally quite thin and contains many sweat glands. As a result, the heat or coldness of the skin on the palm of your hand can indirectly also describe how your body temperature. Frequently, the production of body heat will increase, which causes the palms to also feel hot, in the following conditions:
Contact with hot environments or objects Many physical activities, including exercise After eating, especially hot food Side effects of consuming certain drugs Experiencing viral or bacterial infections Experiencing thyroid gland hyperactivity Experiencing malignancy, inflammation, or other diseases associated with increased metabolism the throbbing felt in your palm might indicate increased blood flow to and from the hand area. This condition does not specifically refer to the symptoms of certain diseases. However, this complaint can occur related to various types of diseases above. It could also, this throbbing sensation occurs when you do a lot of activities using your hands, experiencing problems with nerves, blood vessels, psychological, or other causes.
Our advice, to narrow down the various possibilities above, you consult with your doctor right away .. With a comprehensive physical examination and in-depth interviews, doctors often can identify what is the best treatment to do. At this time, here are our initial suggestions:
Not always excessive activity, especially those involving the right or left hand Expand to rest Wear comfortable clothes, absorb sweat Avoid first being in an environment that is too hot, including in the hot sun Drink plenty, eat enough Don't carelessly take medicine without doctor's advice Hopefully help huh ..