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- 1 This has happened to you at least once: suddenly realize pressure on your fingers and slight inflammation.
This has happened to you at least once: suddenly realize pressure on your fingers and slight inflammation.
The feel so swollen that you can not remove or your rings. Sometimes your case as you walk or afternoon. What causes it? The causes of the classical swelling of fingers vary. We will explain below.
The swelling in any part of your body, usually caused by fluid accumulation. Your finger is an area, which is very tiring. The cause accumulation of liquid is poor blood circulation, and sometimes is a symptom of other diseases. It is worthwhile to know the causes.
Causes swelling of Fingers
1. Poor Blood Circulation
Excess cholesterol, high or unbalanced blood pressure causes an increase in the flow of your circulatory system, with greater speed from the heart to your lungs. I feel more fatigue as a result, this tension circulatory chest leads to an imbalance in the extremities and fingers. Do you feel your hands colder and your fingers more swollen because your blood vessels swell and this is attributed to swelling and bloating.
Obesity or few extra pounds cause changes in your lymphatic system, which makes you retain fluids in your hands and your feet. The feel swollen, for example your shoes you do not feel numb because of slightly swollen your fingers.
3. Swelling because of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
When suffering from the so-called carpal tunnel syndrome in your hands is normal to restrict the blood flow in this region because the compression of the median nerve, causing a feeling of weakness in the fingers, together with the feeling of coldness and swelling.
4. Due to Allergic Reaction
Sometimes, foreign objects may enter the body. In order to defend, histamine is released into the blood stream to address. This sometimes causes swelling in your fingers. When experiencing this reaction must take antihistamines.
The infection occurs when bacteria enter the skin through a wound. Sometimes, only a small cut is sufficient. One of your fingers may start to swell and hurt. Sometimes a tissue can be infected when the infection reaches the bone, often causing fever.
6. Rheumatoid Arthritis
The wear and tear of ligaments and cartilage you can sometimes attack the fingers. The age does not matter. Suddenly, your fingers will swell and show a purple color.
This causes pain, especially in the morning and it is normal to feel stiffness and difficulty moving your fingers.
How to cope with the swelling of the fingers
1. Exercises to wipe Numbness and Liquid Retention
You can reduce water retention by moving your fingers as in the picture above. This movement stimulates blood flow and draws excessive fluids therefrom. Just move your thumb in and out repeatedly. Something as simple allows you to restore fluid balance.
Another equally good exercise is to keep your palms together (like praying) and to lift over your head. This will also help to balance the fluids.
2. Use Natural Diuretics
Will help counter fluid retention in your body. First, try to drink two liters of water a day. Include natural foods with diuretic properties to your diet. such as green tea, celery, carrots, tomatoes, onions, sprouts and lettuce.
3. A Balanced Diet Without Salt
Eliminate salt from your diet . If your diet is rich in fiber and vegetables and eliminate the artificial fat, additives and salt from it,
Your body will improve and, above all, prevent fluid retention, which will improve your blood circulation and will help you lose weight.
If your fingers swell up very often and it bothers you, you can It is particularly useful in such cases. Exercise the right pressure in your hands and fingers, releasing excessive fluids.