Tingling Hands After A Sprained Injury?
want to ask … yesterday when I worked my hand was injured … at first I sprained / sprained and then it continued to become tingling … it’s been 4 days yet to heal … how do I treat it?
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A dislocated hand can cause the nerve fibers in it to become pinched. This pinching of nerve fibers can appear in a variety of sensations, ranging from pain, tingling, tingling, numbness, and so on. This condition often also appears accompanied by swelling, reddish skin, weakness, or stiffness of the hands when moved.
Need to clarify, what was the mechanism of the hand injury that you experienced before? Are there any sores on your outer skin that you have? Are you also experiencing weakness or difficulty moving your hands? Is there a history of other diseases that you suffered from before?
In addition to the result of a pinched nerve after experiencing an injury, it can also be that the tingling sensation you experience occurs due to other factors, for example excessive hand pressure, carpal tunnel syndrome, deficiency of certain vitamins or minerals (especially vitamin B12), diabetes, multiple sclerosis, nerve clamping in spine, rheumatoid arthritis, gout (gout), panic attacks, excess anxiety disorders, impaired liver function, thyroid gland, and so on.
If your tingling has not subsided for more than 3 days, or other danger signs appear as mentioned above, you should immediately visit the nearest doctor or neurologist for further treatment. Several types of examinations, including X-rays, CT scans, electromyography, and laboratory tests may be performed by doctors so that the diagnosis can be made correctly.
What you should do right now is:
Avoid activities that have the risk of causing repeated injuries on the hands. Get plenty of rest first, rest your hands from excessive work activities Apply a warm compress on the hands that are tingling Do not give any drugs to the hands Avoid using tight clothing, including jewelry or watches that are too narrow on the hands that are tingling Avoid tidus pressing on the tingling side of the hand. Get plenty of exercise. Eat more foods rich in vitamin B12, as well as other vitamins and minerals. Don't smoke. Hope it helps.