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What’s wrong with numb hands?
There are many reasons for this.
[If one arm is numb]
If you have numbness in your upper arm, forearm, back and face, inside and outside, from the base of your arm to your fingertips, and if you have numbness in the entire leg on the same side, you suspect brain abnormalities. would be good.
It is not the time to receive a manipulative treatment or massage, so please go to a neurosurgeon immediately and undergo a detailed examination.
[If a part of the area, such as the little finger side or the thumb side, becomes numb]
A part of the nerve in the neck may be getting worse due to pressure etc.
Nerve compression testing should be performed to confirm the diagnosis.
Face straight up.
Keep tilting your head to the right or left.
Hold it for about 5 seconds.
If this increases the numbness in your hands or you feel uncomfortable, you may have a cervical hernia (or something similar).
If it’s not really bad, you can cure it just by changing your body and daily habits.
First of all, please do not look down.
If you look up and feel numb, you are usually looking down too much.
The human body is designed to adapt to good and bad.
If you always look down, you will end up with a special neck that looks down.
Then, even if you just look forward normally, your nerves will touch somewhere.
what is the reason you look down?
Is it a smartphone?
Are you working on a computer?
Raise your smartphone to your line of sight.
Put your computer on the table and lower your line of sight.
[Whole palm goes numb]
If the back of the hand is fine but the palm is numb all over, try the following test.
Bring the backs of your hands together in front of your chest.
Keep your wrists at a 90 degree angle for 10 seconds.
If this test increases numbness or feels uncomfortable, you have carpal tunnel syndrome.
In orthopedic surgery, it is a simple one-day operation, so it is recommended lightly, and when I talk to my friends, they often recommend surgery, but surgery cannot be fundamentally cured.
The evidence recurs.
Cut again in the same place.
Yet it recurs again.
However, even at the hospital, the same part cannot be cut more than three times, so it is left as it is.
Then what should I do?
Do you use your hands when you raise or stand?
“Oh! Speaking of which”
That could be the cause of carpal tunnel syndrome.
Hands are not designed to support weight.
Supporting the weight is the job of the legs.
If you can’t help but feel like you’re on your hands, it’s proof that your core has weakened.
Stand up on your legs with the feeling that you are training.
[both arms go numb]
If there is nerve numbness due to pressure on the nerves in the neck, both arms will not be numb as a whole.
The numbness that comes from brain abnormalities rarely occurs in both arms.
If both arms become numb, it is possible that the autonomic nervous system is out of balance.
It is thought that the sympathetic nerves are too dominant, and the nerves around the blood vessels are excited and the blood flow is insufficient.
Let’s get your autonomic nerves done.
Autonomic nerves are located in the spine.
By having a good posture, you can directly adjust the autonomic nervous system.
Place the back of your hand on your waist.
Tighten the muscles on both sides of the spine just above the back of the hand and arch the spine. there is).
“Is it okay if I don’t puff out my chest?”
Yes, please don’t push yourself.
Pushing your chest out can make things worse.
Specialized in depression and autonomic imbalance
Autonomic nerve specialist Nobuhiro Miyajima
Nishifuna Reset Manipulative Clinic
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