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Post time 2-7-2008 08:03 AM | Show all posts |Read mode
salam n morning all...

kt sini sy nk share mslh sy berkenaan dgn tgn sy akhir2 ni kalo pegang ape2 brg je happens unconsciuosly,and it's uncontrollable...smpi kan smlm staf sy tegur sy...'knape encik pegang kertas 2 menggigil-gigil?encik lapar ke?'honestly speaking,mase 2 sy x rase lapar or pas mkn,xkn la lapar plak...n kejadian ni berlaku dh hampir sebln...

so,sy nk tny kt sini...ape mslh sy sebenornye?either it is related 2 my biological condition or it's caused by a brain system?sbb any movement is somehow controlled by brain kan? risau ni...tlg lahh...kalo jmpe pakar dgn pakar mane patut sy refer?

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Post time 2-7-2008 08:24 AM | Show all posts
slalu guna computer? takut kene carpal tunnel syndrome jerk...

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Post time 2-7-2008 08:28 AM | Show all posts
dulu aku pernah camtuh sebab tak makan nasiii....

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Post time 2-7-2008 08:31 AM | Show all posts
ni ada info pasal parkinson.. tapi tak kata la ko ada parkinson ehh

Parkinson adalah penyakit yang tiada ubat. Ia hanya boleh dikawal dengan ubat supaya pergerakan pesakit pulih dan tangan tidak menggeletar. Dari setahun ke setahun gejala makin bertambah. Pengambilan ubat pula bermula sehari dua kali bertambah hingga empat kali sehari.

Biasanya simptom Parkinson muncul dua tahun sebelum didiagnos. Tetapi pesakit hanya akan tahu dia diserang Parkinson apabila tangannya mula menggeletar dan pergerakannya lambat. Selain Michael J Fox, Parkinson turut menjadi masalah kepada bekas peninju Mohamad Ali dan pemimpin berbangsa Jerman Adolf Hitler.


# Tangan terketar-ketar

# Sukar mengimbang dan koordinasi

# Sukar berdiri, berjalan, kaku dan pergerakan yang sangat perlahan

# Dalam masa lama, pesakit sukar senyum, bercakap dan menelan

# Kerap terjatuh


# Sembelit

# Insombia

# Pesakit kerap terjatuh di rumah dan mungkin mengalami patah tulang

# Masalah jangkitan paru-paru

# Selepas 10 tahun, 10 peratus pesakit akan jadi pelupa

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Post time 2-7-2008 08:44 AM | Show all posts
thyroid problem? boleh cek.

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 Author| Post time 2-7-2008 08:58 AM | Show all posts

Reply #2 tuah_r's post

carpal tunnel syndrome?

never heard before...yeap,i always sit in front of the computer...

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 Author| Post time 2-7-2008 09:01 AM | Show all posts

Reply #4 bawanghitam's post

nauzubillah min zalik....

takot plak aku...

in term of its syndrome,aku xdelh smpi x dpt nk balance badan aku...

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Post time 2-7-2008 09:04 AM | Show all posts
ermm aku pun penah jadi mcm ni..kdg2 malunye..tapi lepas ambil vitamin..penyakit ketar2 dah hilang dgn sendirinya

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 Author| Post time 2-7-2008 09:13 AM | Show all posts

Reply #8 ketotmerah's post ke?

btw,aku dh bace psl carpal tunnel syndrome of the causes is smoking..kalo ikotkan aku mmg la smoking,tp sehari sebtg je aku isap...

seriously...aku takot giler

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Post time 2-7-2008 09:53 AM | Show all posts
carpal tunnel syndrome tu apa? tak pernah dengar lak part tu...

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Post time 2-7-2008 09:58 AM | Show all posts
ketotmerah, vitamin apa ye yg diambil?

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Post time 2-7-2008 10:06 AM | Show all posts
Originally posted by bawanghitam at 2-7-2008 09:53 AM
carpal tunnel syndrome tu apa? tak pernah dengar lak part tu...

CTS nie, slalunyer terjadi kat org2 yg byk menggunakan computer...kalau korang perasan,masa korang menaip...tangan korang mcm menaik sket kan....kat bawah tuh nnt akan tegang..if slalu sangat...nnt kene ler penyakit CTS....

What is carpal tunnel syndrome?

                                                               Carpaltunnel syndrome occurs when the median nerve, which runs from theforearm into the hand, becomes pressed or squeezed at the wrist. Themedian nerve controls sensations to the palm side of the thumb andfingers (although not the little finger), as well as impulses to somesmall muscles in the hand that allow the fingers and thumb to move. Thecarpal tunnel - a narrow, rigid passageway of ligament and bones at thebase of the hand - houses the median nerve and tendons. Sometimes,thickening from irritated tendons or other swelling narrows the tunneland causes the median nerve to be compressed. The result may be pain,weakness, or numbness in the hand and wrist, radiating up the arm.Although painful sensations may indicate other conditions, carpaltunnel syndrome is the most common and widely known of the entrapmentneuropathies in which the body's peripheral nerves are compressed ortraumatized.

What are the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome?

                                 Symptomsusually start gradually, with frequent burning, tingling, or itchingnumbness in the palm of the hand and the fingers, especially the thumband the index and middle fingers. Some carpal tunnel sufferers saytheir fingers feel useless and swollen, even though little or noswelling is apparent. The symptoms often first appear in one or bothhands during the night, since many people sleep with flexed wrists. Aperson with carpal tunnel syndrome may wake up feeling the need to"shake out" the hand or wrist. As symptoms worsen, people might feeltingling during the day. Decreased grip strength may make it difficultto form a fist, grasp small objects, or perform other manual tasks. Inchronic and/or untreated cases, the muscles at the base of the thumbmay waste away. Some people are unable to tell between hot and cold bytouch.

What are the causes of carpal tunnel syndrome?

                                 Carpaltunnel syndrome is often the result of a combination of factors thatincrease pressure on the median nerve and tendons in the carpal tunnel,rather than a problem with the nerve itself. Most likely the disorderis due to a congenital predisposition - the carpal tunnel is simplysmaller in some people than in others. Other contributing factorsinclude trauma or injury to the wrist that cause swelling, such assprain or fracture; overactivity of the pituitary gland;hypothyroidism; rheumatoid arthritis; mechanical problems in the wristjoint; work stress; repeated use of vibrating hand tools; fluidretention during pregnancy or menopause; or the development of a cystor tumor in the canal. In some cases no cause can be identified.
                                 Thereis little clinical data to prove whether repetitive and forcefulmovements of the hand and wrist during work or leisure activities cancause carpal tunnel syndrome. Repeated motions performed in the courseof normal work or other daily activities can result in repetitivemotion disorders such as bursitis and tendonitis. Writer's cramp - acondition in which a lack of fine motor skill coordination and ache andpressure in the fingers, wrist, or forearm is brought on by repetitiveactivity - is not a symptom of carpal tunnel syndrome.

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Post time 2-7-2008 10:16 AM | Show all posts

Reply #11 bunga_melur's post

aku ambil multivitamin + vit. C 1000gm..malu tau..tangan terketar2..pegang plastik bag pun boleh terketar2..

sekarang ni aku ambil gamogen jer..dah x terketar2 lagi..mungkin pd aku serasi kot..

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Post time 2-7-2008 10:20 AM | Show all posts

Reply #9 forfavor's post

kalau pasal smoking, aku x boleh nak komen apa2..lagi pun aku x penah smoking pun..kalau untuk lelaki yg smoking aku x tau laa

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Post time 2-7-2008 10:33 AM | Show all posts
hyperthyroid  bole sebab kan tremor gak

ade berpeluh ?

degup jantung laju? berdebar2?

konsentrasi terganggu ke?

berat badan turun ke?

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 Author| Post time 2-7-2008 11:03 AM | Show all posts

Reply #15 azz_azza's post

yep...hyperthyroid or hypothyroid?what's the difference between those two terms?

extreme perspiration...xdek

increased heartbeat...sometimes

konsentrasi terganggu...x pnh

decreased body weight...i think so,since many people told me that i'm getting thinner...

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Post time 2-7-2008 11:15 AM | Show all posts
hyper terlebih

hypo terkurang

kau boleh search dlm internet ni

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 Author| Post time 2-7-2008 11:20 AM | Show all posts

Reply #17 mala0n's post


nway,we continue the discussion tomorrow eh...

i got a meeting 2 attend...

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Post time 2-7-2008 11:30 AM | Show all posts

Reply #16 forfavor's post

satu terlebey...

satu terkurang...

ni kalau pasal thyroid...

Hyperthyroidism can be suspected in patients with tremors, excessive sweating, smooth, velvety skin, fine hair, a rapid heart rate and an enlarged thyroid gland. There may be puffiness around the eyes and a characteristic stare due to the elevation of the upper eyelids. Advanced symptoms are easily detected, but early symptoms, especially in the elderly, may be quite inconspicuous. In all cases, a blood test is needed to confirm the diagnosis.

The blood levels of thyroid hormones can be measured directly and usually are elevated with hyperthyroidism. However, the main tool for detection of hyperthyroidism is measurement of the blood TSH level. As mentioned earlier, TSH is secreted by the pituitary gland. If an excess amount of thyroid hormone is present, TSH is "down-regulated" and the level of TSH falls in an attempt to reduce production of thyroid hormone. Thus, the measurement of TSH should result in low or undetectable levels in cases of hyperthyroidism. However, there is one exception. If the excessive amount of thyroid hormone is due to a TSH-secreting pituitary tumor, then the levels of TSH will be abnormally high. This uncommon disease is known as "secondary hyperthyroidism."

Although the blood tests mentioned previously can confirm the presence of excessive thyroid hormone, they do not point to a specific cause. If there is obvious involvement of the eyes, a diagnosis of Graves' disease is almost certain. A combination of antibody screening (for Graves' disease) and a thyroid scan using radioactively-labelled iodine (which concentrates in the thyroid gland) can help diagnose the underlying thyroid disease. These investigations are chosen on a case-by-case basis

kredit to mednet...

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 Author| Post time 2-7-2008 09:09 PM | Show all posts

Reply #19 azz_azza's post

ok...thanks 4 sharing info...

i hev 2 do a medical check up as soon as possible...risau nieh...

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Post time 2-7-2008 10:25 PM | Show all posts

keyword : tremor / ketar :D

Tremor is an unintentional, somewhat rhythmic, muscle movement involving to-and-fro movements of one or more parts of the body. Most tremors occur in the hands, although they can also affect the arms, head, face, vocal cords, trunk, and legs. Sometimes tremor is a symptom of another neurological disorder, but the most common form occurs in otherwise healthy people. Some forms of tremor are inherited and run in families, while others have no known cause. Excessive alcohol consumption or alcohol withdrawal can kill certain nerve cells, resulting in tremor, especially in the hand. Other causes include an overactive thyroid and the use of certain drugs. Tremor may occur at any age but is most common in middle-aged and older persons.

Essential tremor (sometimes called benign essential tremor) is the most common of the more than 20 types of tremor.The hands are most often affected but the head, voice, tongue, legs, and trunk may also be involved. Head tremor may be seen as a "yes-yes" or "no-no" motion. Onset is most common after age 40, although symptoms can appear at any age. Parkinsonian tremor is caused by damage to structures within the brain that control movement. The tremor is classically seen as a "pill-rolling" action of the hands but may also affect the chin, lips, legs, and trunk. Dystonic tremor occurs in individuals of all ages who are affected by dystonia, a movement disorder in which sustained involuntary muscle contractions cause twisting motions or painful postures or positions.

Is there any treatment?

There is no cure for most tremors. The appropriate treatment depends on accurate diagnosis of the cause. Drug treatment for parkinsonian tremor involves levodopa or dopamine-like drugs such as pergolide mesylate, bromocriptine mesylate, and ropinirole. Essential tremor may be treated with propranolol or other beta blockers (such as nadolol) and primidone, an anticonvulsant drug. Dystonic tremor may respond to clonazepam, anticholinergic drugs, and intramuscular injections of botulinum toxin. Eliminating tremor "triggers" such as caffeine and other stimulants from the diet is often recommended. Physical therapy may help to reduce tremor and improve coordination and muscle control for some patients. Surgical intervention, such as thalamotomy and deep brain stimulation, are usually performed only when the tremor is severe and does not respond to drugs.

What is the prognosis?

Although tremor is not life-threatening, it can be embarrassing to some people and make it harder to perform daily tasks.

What research is being done?

The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, a unit of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the nation’s leading federal funder of research on disorders of the brain and nervous system. The NINDS sponsors research on tremor both at its facilities at the NIH and through grants to medical centers.

link ;

patient info kat sini : ... et/tremor_essential

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Post time 2-7-2008 11:31 PM | Show all posts
My dad had Parkinson.  One of the early symptoms were tremors in the hand.  

He had it for 20 years.  Passed away 3 years ago - brain aneursym.  

Having personally seen my dad suffer from Parkinson, I wouldn't wish Parkinson on anyone.  

Go get yourself checked out by a specialist at a good hospital.  No point in seeing normal GPs at the clinics cos they know nuts sometimes.

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Post time 3-7-2008 06:44 PM | Show all posts
aku rasa parkinson jugak... penyakit ni memang berkait dgn brain... lacking of dopamine...

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Reply #23 faridsarah's post

uit..ko jgn la kate aku ade parkinson....

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Post time 4-7-2008 06:14 PM | Show all posts
p la cepat2 bt fully medical check-up..

prevention is better than cure..

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