Everyone has had a minor problem with a finger, hand, or wrist. Most of the time our body movements do not cause problems, but it's not surprising that symptoms occur from everyday wear and tear or from overuse. Finger, hand, or wrist problems can also be caused by injuries or the natural process of aging.
Inflammatory arthritis is a term used to describe a group of conditions which affect your immune system. These conditions are also called systemic diseases because they can affect your whole body. They can happen at any age.
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Each emotion is represented as a continent. The movement of the shapes reflects how our emotions vary in strength and frequency in peoples lives. Each emotion names a number of related but different states.
Pain Pain and how you sense it. Scientists are gradually unravelling the processes within the body that lead to the unpleasant sensation of pain. What was that?
Nut EarleLogan2 Ask Earle. A joint is the connection made between two bones in the body and they are designed to allow different types and different ranges of movement. They can be divided functionally depending on the range of movement they allow or structurally depending on what type of material they are made of.
Thumb sucking is a behavior found in humans, chimpanzeescaptive ring-tailed lemurs and other primates. It can also be accomplished with any organ within reach such as other fingers and toes and is considered to be soothing and therapeutic for the person. As a child develops the habit, it will usually develop a "favorite" finger to suck on.
Who could have imagined that by holding your fingers with your opposite hand you could manage your emotions. By the time you are done with both hands you will have nodded off peacefully and it is morning. This practice is a simple way to work with emotions by holding each finger.
Motherly duties can be a pain in the wrist, but a few easy tweaks can deliver much-needed relief from de Quervain's tenosynovitis. If you're like most new moms, you spend a fair amount of time—OK, a lot of time—picking up and holding your baby. And while this is undoubtedly good for Junior, it may be taking a toll on your body, specifically your wrists.