arm pulsating

 

If you have recently felt a strange sensation in your arm, such as a throbbing sensation or an abnormal stiffness or a feeling of heaviness and cramping in your arm, and this is a matter of concern to you, we recommend you to read more.

What can cause an abnormal pulsating in your arm? Is this a cause for concern? Are you facing a dangerous and very serious condition? How can you get rid of this annoying condition? By reading the following article, you can find the answers to the above questions.

 

 

Introduction

What are the causes of the pulsating sensation, numbness and tingling in the hands?

Diagnosis

treatment

 

 

Introduction

Tingling sensation can occur in different parts of the body and upper limbs, When the tissue around the shoulder is under severe pressure, such as trauma, and when a nerve moving from the shoulders to the arms is trapped or compressed, tingling of the arm and shoulder occur. Arm and shoulder sprains occur in that area. These conditions are not permanent and the transmission of signals from the brain and nerves is disrupted due to a temporary accident. Tingling in the arms and pulsating in the arms is a common disorder and is usually not life-threatening, but it can impair the quality of life of the affected person due to pain and discomfort.

 

What are the causes of the pulsating sensation, numbness and tingling in the hands?

Causes of tingling and numbness of the hands can be classified into the following groups:

first group

Decreased B, D and E vitamins, electrolyte imbalance such as decreased blood calcium, magnesium, zinc and tin levels, hyperglycemia, Increase urea and toxic metabolites in the blood, nicotine poisoning, insomnia, fatigue, inactivity and hormonal disorders such as:

  • Thyroid hormone
  • Estrogen
  • Insulin

 

Peripheral neuropathies:

When physicians talk about peripheral neuropathy, they mean disorders affecting nerve fibers that are located outside the brain and spinal cord.

Damage to the motor fibers can also be associated with damage to the sensory fibers of the nerve fibers, causing numbness, tingling, weakness, weakness, and heaviness in the hands. Some types of peripheral neuropathies are as follows:

Diabetic neuropathy that occurs in patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes, the second type is alcohol neuropathy that occurs in people who drink a lot of alcohol for a long time, Also, some diseases and disorders such as meningeal and systemic Lyme disease / hepatitis C / ALS / chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy / rheumatoid arthritis / folic acid and vitamin B12 deficiency and kidney failure / can lead to a series of painful neuropathies in hands.

 

Another category of causes is disorders in the  brain and spinal cord:

The main example in this group is multiple sclerosis or paralysis that affects the brain and spinal cord. Usually this symptom rarely has a symmetrical pattern. Also, people who have had a stroke may also have similar conditions on one side of their body.

Injuries to the spinal cord, spinal tumors, syringes, and the presence of sacs containing cerebrospinal fluid around the spinal cord, as well as strokes, also fall into this category.

Other conditions that can cause peripheral neuropathy that lead to tingling in the hands and feet include arsenic poisoning. Mercury poisoning following eating old fish and seafood also has a similar clinical picture.

Another category is the causes of numbness and tingling in the hands, which occurs due to physical disorders.

  • Apply pressure

When pressure is applied to the blood vessels of the nerves as well as to the nerve fibers themselves for a long time, the person will also feel a tingling, tingling, numbness and pain in the hand.

For example, when the hands and elbows are on the handle of the chair for a long time

Or when the hand is under the head while sleeping

Or after tightening the watch , even in people who have experienced a very tight arm cuff when taking blood pressure.

Also, placing the hand above the level of the heart due to circulatory disorders can cause murmurs and tingling in the hands.

  • Cervical disc problems

In young people, a herniated disc, and in the elderly, erosive diseases such as osteoarthritis of the intervertebral discs can put pressure on the nerve roots protruding from the spinal cord and move toward the hands, causing stress and discomfort in the hands.

  • Cervical spondylosis

The cervical vertebrae become deformed and press on the spinal cord or nerve roots protruding from the spinal cord, causing chronic symptoms.

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome

One of the most common problems that causes pain in the fingers and wrists, and is common in people who use their wrist frequently, is carpal tunnel syndrome. This syndrome causes inflammation in the sheath on the inside of your wrist and puts pressure on the median nerve.

Mechanics, tennis players, typists, and musicians who work with their wrists and fingers are at high risk, and pregnant women are more likely to develop the syndrome than non-pregnant women.

  • Ganglion cyst:

It is a soft bulge, usually on the back of the hand and usually occurs in people in their twenties and forties. It is a sac full of noncancerous fluid.

  • Another category is circulatory disorders

There are a number of causes for circulatory disorders that can cause numbness or tingling or a pulsating sensation in your hands. Some of these circulatory system disorders are as follows:

  1. peripheral artery disease:

When the arteries in the shoulder blade of the forearm and hand become narrow due to deposits, this process is called atherosclerosis. Disruption of adequate blood flow may cause tingling, numbness, heaviness, and discomfort in the hands. It is commonly said that people with peripheral vascular disease develop narrowing of the arteries outside the brain and spinal cord. Many people who suffer from heart attacks and strokes also suffer from these diseases, but it is said that peripheral vascular disease may be the first sign that a person is prone to atherosclerosis. These people are usually more at risk of dying from cardiovascular events in the future.

  • Buerger's disease

Affected people are often men in their twenties and forties, and the characteristic of these men is that they are smokers. The symptoms begin after exercise and activity, and disappear when people quit.

  • Frostbite

Due to frostbite, blood flow may be disrupted and numbness and heaviness may occur in the lower parts of the hands where there is insufficient blood supply.

 

Diagnosis

To get the correct diagnosis, your doctor will usually ask you for a history of your previous problems. It is also important to know when and for how long you experience tingling, numbness, drowsiness, and weakness in your hands. Fractures and dislocations and traumas of your hands, elbows, and shoulders will also be questioned. The type of job and exercise you do is important because some repetitive movements of your arms and upper limbs may be related to your clinical presentation.

In addition to these questions, your doctor should find out about the function of the thyroid gland in Eugenia. Also, diabetes and menopause can explain the physical symptoms of some people. After this stage, the doctor will go to paraclinical procedures to reach a more accurate diagnosis, including:

A) EMG / NCV

B) Imaging techniques such as plain X-rays to show fractures, dislocations, and hard tissue injuries, and MRI to examine soft tissues more closely. In fact, with the help of NCV, it is determined whether there is damage to the nerve fibers or not.

In fact, with the help of NCV, it is determined whether there is damage to the nerve fibers or not.

By performing NCV, some damage to the brachial plexus can be achieved

C) Blood tests Lab tests Evaluate blood sugar / Evaluate kidney, liver and thyroid function / and Evaluate sex hormones to rule out menopause in women / Evaluate blood electrolyte levels Potassium Magnesium Sodium Calcium

 

D) Simulation of environmental conditions in terms of cold and temperature changes to detect the Raynaud phenomenon

 

treatment

Physicians will usually treat the annoying condition of hypocrisy based on the diagnosis. The use of painkillers or anti-inflammatory drugs may be adopted, for example in cases where there is nerve entrapment or cervical osteoarthritis of the neck.

Muscle correction, bone correction, correction of the spine, improving the nutritional status of the affected person, reducing alcohol abuse, as well as controlling autoimmune diseases are among the things that can help reduce pain. In this case, angiographies as well as color Doppler ultrasound of the vessels of the upper extremities are required, and treatment in these cases can be medical or surgical.

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