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Warm hands: causes and treatment of glowing hands

  1. Having warm hands or glowing hands is a nasty complaint. Your hands can change temperature for a variety of reasons and feel hot or cold at different times of the day. You may be concerned if your hands often or always feel warm or even glow. Several conditions can cause this symptom, such as high blood pressure or carpal tunnel syndrome. If you are concerned about a change in your hands, it is wise to make an appointment with your doctor. The treatment of hot hands or glowing hands depends on the cause. Sometimes medication or other treatment, such as physiotherapy is required.

High blood pressure

  1. Because increased blood flow to a part of the body can heat this part, people with high blood pressure may experience warm hands or feet. Measuring blood pressure values

Cellulite and other infections

  1. An elevated temperature is one of the body's ways of fighting infection. This is why an infected area often feels warm to the touch, and the hands are no exception. An infection called cellulitis is often responsible. This infection occurs deep in the skin tissue and can spread quickly. People usually develop cellulite after an injury, but even the smallest cut can allow the bacteria to get into the body. When the hands are hot, swollen, painful

Inflammatory disorders

  1. An inflammation is a body reaction to foreign substances or to tissue damage. Some conditions cause parts of the body to become chronically inflamed, allowing more blood to flow to the affected area. Inflammatory conditions affecting the hands or wrists can cause an unusual sensation of heat. One of the most common inflammatory conditions is rheumatoid arthritis, often referred to simply as rheumatism. This is an autoimmune disease in which the body attacks its own joint tissue, causing swelling, warmth, pain and inflammation. People with rheumatoid arthritis

Carpal tunnel syndrome

  1. Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is caused by a compression of the median nerve in the wrist, which runs from the forearm through a trough in the wrist. An injury, rheumatoid arthritis, thyroid problems, and cysts can cause this condition. Early symptoms are numbness, tingling

Peripheral neuropathy

  1. Peripheral neuropathy refers to nerve damage caused by another medical condition. Diabetes mellitus is the leading cause of peripheral neuropathy. In that case it becomes diabetic neuropathy

  2. Peripheral neuropathy refers to nerve damage caused by another medical condition. Diabetes mellitus (diabetes) is the leading cause of peripheral neuropathy. In that case it becomes diabetic neuropathy

Hot or cold hands due to fibromyalgia

  1. Fibromyalgia affects the nerves and can cause sensitivity to temperature changes. Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition associated with widespread muscle pain

Erythromelalgia

  1. This rare condition is characterized by attack-like severe burning pain, redness, warmth, and accumulation of moisture in the skin, especially in the lower legs, triggered by heat. This rare condition often affects the feet and, less commonly, the hands. The cause is not clear in 2020, but some researchers believe it could be caused by changes in the blood vessels. Erythromelalgia can cause an intense burning sensation, as well as itching

  2. This rare condition is characterized by attack-like severe burning pain, redness, warmth, and accumulation of moisture in the skin, especially in the lower legs, triggered by heat. This rare condition often affects the feet and, less often, the hands. The cause is not clear in 2020, but some researchers believe it could be caused by changes in the blood vessels. Erythromelalgia can cause an intense burning sensation, as well as itching

Warm hands during the transition

  1. Menopausal women can experience all kinds of complaints including tingling limbs or warm hands and feet. You can have a burning sensation like a bug bite

  2. Menopausal women can experience all kinds of complaints, including tingling limbs or warm hands and feet. You can have a burning sensation like a bug bite

Glowing hands and fear

  1. Hot or glowing hands and feet can come from fear as a result of the fight-flight response. Your brain prepares your body to fight or run from something dangerous or perceived danger. As part of your brain prepares for danger, more blood goes to your limbs such as arms, legs, feet, and hands instead of non-essential organs such as the stomach. Less blood is going to your stomach because your limbs are more important at this point. Hence, people who experience anxiety often suffer from nausea, diarrhea, indigestion

Erythema palmare: red spots in the palms

  1. Heat or burning in both hands can be caused by a rare skin condition called palmare erythema. This condition also causes a blotchy red color or red spots on your palms and sometimes even on your fingers. Some cases have no known cause. It is seen in certain skin diseases, protein deficiency (hypoproteinaemia), liver cirrhosis and heart failure, among others

Treatment of warm hands

  1. Warm hands are a symptom and not a medical condition. Not all cases of warm hands require treatment, and appropriate treatment depends on the underlying cause. A doctor will ask about additional symptoms, such as pain, swelling, joint pain and stiff joints



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