The Right Side Of The Cramp Extends Up To The Hand
Hello Doc, I’m Chica (23)
Originally posted 2020-04-14 09:50:46.
Thank you for the question.
A cramped chest that feels in your hands can indicate a nerve around your chest is disrupted, for example due to nerve pain, shingles or post-herpes neuralgia, diabetic neuropathy, malnutrition, multiple sclerosis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and so on. It could also be that cramps that you feel arise because of other triggers, for example:
Joint disorders, such as rheumatoid arthritis, costochondritis
Muscle disorders, such as fibromyalgia
Internal organ disorders, such as gastritis, gastroesophageal reflux disease, bronchitis, pleurisy, plural effusion, heart attack, cholangitis, pancreatitis
Psychological disorders, such as psychosomatic disorders, anxiety disorders, delusional disorders, and so on
Cramps that are mild and improve with the steps below are often harmless and need not be rushed to see a doctor:
Compress the chest to the cramped hands with warm water
Regularly rest, do not overlap areas of the body that often cramp
Wear comfortable and loose clothing
Do not sort carelessly cramped areas
Expand to drink and eat foods rich in vitamin B complex
Don't forget to exercise every day
Don't think too much
However, if cramps feel very annoying, or appear swollen, severe pain, swelling, weakness or paralysis of the movable object, fever, spasms, vomiting, and other severe complaints, immediately consult your doctor or neurologist for further treatment according the cause is ..
I hope this helps.