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In this article we are going to focus on the causes of arm pain and weakness, but also on some of the helpful home remedies that can help you cure this condition. A strain in the arm can lead to the arm pain and if it lasts for short period of time, it usually isn`t painful. However, there are some cases when this condition is taken to the more severe level caused by some serious health problems. The appropriate treatment is needed for this condition to be cured.


The arm pain and weakness can be caused by various reasons. One of the causes can be due to the tendinitis, which causes a sharp arm pain. It is a condition when a tendon gets inflamed. A continuous movement of the wrist, broken hand or broken wrist can also lead to arm pain and weakness. Bursitis, a small sacs in shoulder joints, can get inflamed, which can cause arm pain, but you can injure yourself while exercising, especially the area of the neck, which can be followed by the feeling of the small electric shock and you could experience the upper arm pain and weakness. You may also have the wrist pain followed by the weakness in the forearm and hand, and it`s caused by carpal tunnel syndrome. Nerve fibers can be affected by post herpetic neuralgia, which leads to arm pain and numbness. You may experience some physical trauma that usually causes thoracic outlet syndrome and then you can have arm pain and numbness. Spraining your arm and brachial plexus injury can cause the arm pain and weakness as well. Left arm pain and pressure in the chest can often indicate a heart attack.


Arm pain and weakness can be cured in many ways and we are going to mention some of them. Resting your arm from time to time, using an ice pack on the arm couple of times a day, or lifting your arm in the air can really help you in reducing the swelling and pain in your arm. However, there are also cases when home cures are not helpful and that`s when you should seek a professional help. In case your arm pain lasts for more than a week, or you experience severe pain, redness, or swelling of the arm, you should visit a doctor. It would probably be a good idea to do the same in case you have brachial plexus injury for more than a month, or if you have arm pain while moving it and no pain when resting it. Moreover, if you experience trouble with moving your arm, sudden back, shoulder or arm pain or protruding bone in your wrist or arm, you should immediately seek medical care.

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