The Right Hand Trembles And Stiffly And One Of The Toes Is Attached?
Hello. I am 20 years old. I study in a motorbike-bekasi depok 1-2h trip, sometimes the right hand suddenly stiff when it rides the motorcycle. Then when I’m typing on my cellphone or laptop my hands are either stiff or trembling. Then also sometimes the right foot ring will ever be attached to the middle finger of the right foot because walking even though the walk is not very far. Is it just because you have a lot of pain doing an activity? Or is it a serious problem? Is there a way to overcome it?
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Stiff hand complaints accompanied by trembling can be caused by a disruption in the nerves in your hand area, which is called Carpal Tunel Syndrome (CTS). This disorder occurs due to the median nerve which supplies some of the palm of the hand, namely the thumb, index finger, middle finger and ring finger pinched by the carpal tunnel in the wrist area. Risk factors for driving with a motorbike are triggering the disorder. When driving the motor, the position of the wrist which tends to bend will compress the median nerve. If this happens for a long time and is repeated, it will cause symptoms as they are being felt.
Symptoms that can be felt include numbness, tingling, trembling, stiffness, pain, weakness, which can spread to the elbows and shoulders. These symptoms are disappearing and arising and often cause someone to experience difficulty in carrying out their activities.
In addition to CTS, several other causes that may be the cause include tendinitis (inflammation of the tendons), peripheral neuropathy (disorders of the peripheral nerves) and arthritis.
To ascertain your condition, it is strongly recommended that you do the examination directly to the nearest doctor or neurologist. Generally CTS will disappear by itself by resting or avoiding habits that can suppress the nerves and assisted with pain medication and drugs to maintain nerve health. However, some cases also require operative action to ease the symptoms.
What you can do is avoid the habit of bending your wrists for too long or using a wrist brace to help keep it straight, rest your sore hands, and do periodic stretches while doing activities that use hand muscle strength.
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