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Numb pulse: causes of numbness in the wrist

  1. By a numb pulse is meant a numbness in the wrist, which may or may not be accompanied by tingling. A numb pulse can be caused by a number of conditions. This complaint is therefore a symptom and not a condition in itself. The sensation can extend to the hands and fingers, which can make your hand feel asleep. A numbness in the wrist is usually not a cause for concern. In case of persistent, recurring or worsening complaints, it is important to consult your doctor. They can investigate what is going on and prepare a treatment plan to correct the problem.

Causes of numbness in the wrist

  1. When nerves are compressed, compressed, or irritated, it can feel like pinpricks and tingling

Carpal tunnel syndrome

  1. Nerve entrapment Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a condition of the wrist that damages nerves due to pressure. The carpal tunnel is located on the palm side of the wrist. Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by a pinching of the nerve (median nerve) that runs through it. This nerve energizes the thumb, index and middle fingers. Carpal tunnel syndrome is one of the most common nerve compression disorders


  1. Arthritis is an inflammation of the joints which leads to complaints such as joint stiffness, joint swelling and joint pain


  1. Arthrosis

Tendonitis in the wrist

  1. When the tendons around the wrist become irritated or inflamed, it can result in a warm feeling or swelling along the wrist joint. Tendon inflammation on the wrist can arise from prolonged overloading of the muscles. Tendon inflammation of the wrist can be caused by prolonged overloading of the muscles.

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