Hand Weakness

Hand Weakness can be caused by different diseases, most of which are related to nerves and muscles. It is usually accompanied by a sensation of heaviness in one or both hands. Since hand is a complex system of muscles, nerves, bones, joints, and tendons, a damage or injury to any of these may result in losing strength in hands and fingers. The ability to perform routine tasks is also affected by weakness in hands. At Rehab Store, we offer a wide variety of hand weakness products that can help in restoring the hand strength and making everyday activities convenient. Choose from the top-selling manufacturers like Fabrication Enterprise, North Coast, 3-Point Products, Alimed, and many more @ attractive prices!

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Symptoms of Hand Weakness

  • Weak hand grip
  • Tingling or numbness in hnd
  • Mass or lump formation in hands and fingers
  • Involuntary and abnormal hand movements
  • Inability to move hands or hold objects
  • Pain in fingers, hands and wrist
  • Stiffness in hands and fingers
  • Loss of sensation
  • Hand fatigue

Hand Weakness Causes

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Diabetic Neuropathy
  • Ulnar Neuropathy
  • Pinched Nerve (Radiculopathy)
  • Arthritis
  • Herniated Disc
  • Saturday Night Palsy

Treatment options for Hand Weakness

  • Immobilization - Limiting the use of the affected hand with the help of splints and braces can provide stability, build strength, and promote improved functionality.
  • Exercise - Hand exercisers can help restore the lost strength and encourage quick recovery from an injury.
  • Hot and Cold Compress - Using hot and cold therapy packs to provide alternate hot and cold therapy can considerably reduce hand weakness. First use an ice pack to give cold therapy for 4 to 5 times, each time for 5 to 7 minutes. Then repeat the same for hot therapy. Performing alternated compress twice a day will help overcome weakness in hands.
  • Healthy Diet - Healthy diet, including the consumption of flaxseeds and pineapple, increases blood flow to eliminate any kind of weakness in the body. Increasing water and fluid intake also helps.
  • Massage - Hand massagers are one of the best ways to help reduce hand weakness and strengthen it.
  • Daily Aids - Daily aids do not help in reducing hand weakness, but assist is performing routine activities with great ease and comfort.