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Should she be worried. She’s 5’1 115lbs. She drinks wine 24/7
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In: Diseases | 2015-02-17
she could be developing carpal tunnel or neuropathy, drinking all the time doesn’t help her health but if she is also on her iPhone or other tech all the time that is also hard on it.
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I don’t think the wine has anything to do with it, Could be her age and poor circulation.
you should help her out and thought her out of it and try your best because that could bad you know so try your best since you are her boyfriend so she should at least listen to you
needs to back off drinking wine. liver would appreciate it.
probably poor circulation, I wouldn’t be concerned about that tho. she should stop drinking so much wine.
Mine do the same thing. Do what I do. Put the phone done. Geez.
There’s actually a large variety of reasons why this could be happening she could have low circulation within her hands or many more I suggest she sees a doctor and hope for the best safe journeys.
Could be either carpel tunnel or poor circulation, I had carpel tunnel on both hands and had surgery on both years ago it did help but since I use my phone very often they act up were they get stiff and sometimes numb and cold. My doctor already said that those operations don’t always work at time the condition does return. Exercising the hand and rubbing if you can massage her hand for circulation it can help her, but let her know if she’s on her phone it will flair up again. She herself can take time away from her phone if she never had it before it from the usage of repetition of movement of fingers. It’s not wine that’s doing her harm at all.
I had this problem so bad, a few years back. Mine would get bad when I was lying in bed at night. It actually would have a burning sensation along with the numbness. After much trial and error, I found that if I ate out a lot, or ate prepared foods, I had this condition. I finally came to the conclusion, that it was the high sodium content. When I cut this way down the problem stopped.