Why Does The Tip Of The Finger Where The Glowing Nail Always Hurts When It’s Touched A Little?
Hello. Immediately, why yes my fingertips where the glowing nails always suddenly hurt and when touched a little always feels pain. Usually it happens a month or so after it’s gone. And reappear later in the month. Maybe my mind was due to radiation. Is it true? Waiting for an answer and the solution thank you
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There are various types of radiation that can affect bodily functions. Therefore, it needs to be clarified beforehand, what radiation do you mean?
What is often feared from radiation exposure is usually an increased risk of cancer cell formation. The pain at the fingertips as you experience it is likely not occur directly due to the effects of radiation exposure.
Pain at the tip of the finger that is missing can arise due to:
Neurotropic nutritional deficiencies Infection or inflammation of other skin around the fingers (for example due to insect bites, contact dermatitis, burns) Post injury around the finger, for example due to bumping, pinched nerve disorders around the finger, for example due to diabetes, multiple sclerosis, carpal tunnel syndrome, pinched ulnar nerve Disorders of blood vessels around the finger, for example due to buerger disease, vasculitis Joint disorders, for example rheumatoid arthritis, gout (uric acid) Psychosomatic disorders, and so on If the pain that appears intense enough intensity, or for example accompanied by other complaints that are more severe, such as numb, weak, swollen, reddish or bluish, etc., you should not take it lightly. Check with yourself directly to a doctor or neurologist so that your condition can be evaluated in more depth on the possible causes as well as the best treatment. Further examination, for example x-rays, laboratories, CT scans, etc. can also be a doctor's recommendation if deemed necessary.
At this time, you can apply the following steps:
Do not massage or massage the painful finger When pain appears, first apply warm water compresses on the side of the painful finger or apply pain relievers which are sold freely at pharmacies or drug stores. Do not smoke Routine exercise, including also doing finger exercises Do not use clothes, hours hands, or jewelry in the hands that are too tight Live a healthy and nutritionally balanced diet Stay away from alcohol Don't stress excessively Hope it helps huh ..