Hand numbness is considered an abnormal condition that a person loses feeling in his hand with a feeling of tingling in it or in any other part such as the feet, and the numbness of the hands occurs as a result of the lack of blood reaching that area of the body, or as a result of nerve damage, or as a result of infection, and it is not the cause of numbness It is usually the result of serious health problems, except in rare cases.
Causes of hands numbness
Hands numbness due to an imbalance in the body
- Torn tendons cause pain in the arms and numbness in the hands.
- Malfunction of the thyroid gland, which results in insufficient production of hormones.
- The presence of some water cysts such as non-cancerous cysts on the tendons of the hand that lead to numbness in the arm and hands.
- Reduced blood supply from the brain to the hands, which is a symptom of a stroke.
- Drinking alcohol frequently causes nerve damage.
- An immune system disorder that causes nerve damage in many parts of the body.
- Impaired development, feeling tired, and being physically tired for enough hours without getting enough rest.
- Exposure to bone fractures.
- An injury to the neck or back.
- Poisoning with metals such as lead.
- Vitamin B12 deficiency.
Hands numbness due to diseases
- Degenerative gout disease.
- Diabetes is one of the reasons that lead to numb hands, and it is worth doing some tests in order to know the level of sugar in the blood.
Hands numbness due to neurological diseases
- Having a brain tumor.
- Nerve damage due to an elevated fracture level in the blood.
- Inflammation of the brain due to a viral infection.
- Have multiple sclerosis.
- Inflammation of the spinal cord due to a neurological disorder.
- Stress injury that causes pressure to cause numbness in the hand, as a result of unhealthy sitting for long periods, or because of a herniated disc.
Symptoms of numbness of hands
- Feeling anxious.
- Feeling of burning.
- Pain in the lower back.
- Pain in the neck and any part of the body.
- The appearance of a rash.
- frequent urination.
- Increased feeling of numbness during movement.
- Shortness of breath.
- Inability to walk.
- Blurred vision.
- A heavy tongue.
- Loss of consciousness for some time.
Treat numb hands
- A piece of wet cloth: Putting a piece of cloth moistened in hot water on the hands gets rid of the numbness of the hands as the high temperature leads the blood to the numb limb, and relaxes the muscles of the affected hand.
- Olive oil and coconut oil: Massaging the hands with a mixture of coconut oil, olive oil, and warm mustard oil, as these oils get rid of numbness, whether in the hands or feet, and stimulate blood circulation.
- Exercise: Exercising relieves numbness within a quarter of an hour, and reduces numbness in the future.