An inflammation in any region of your body is usually caused by fluid build-up. Your fingers are the most used area during work. The cause of this fluid build-up is poor blood circulation, although sometimes inflammations may be symptoms of other diseases that you can prevent. It’s very important to know the symptoms.
1. Exercise to remove tingling and prevent fluid retention
You can improve fluid retention by moving your fingers as shown above. This movement stimulates blood circulation and pumping excess fluid. Just move your thumb from the inside out and vice versa, repeatedly. This simple exercise helps to balance the level of fluids in the body.
Another great exercise is to bring your palms together (as if you are about to pray) and then lift them over your head. This exercise helps stimulate blood circulation.
2. Get natural diuretics
Natural diuretics help eliminate fluid retention. Try to drink two liters of water a day. Add natural foods with diuretic properties to your diet, such as green tea, celery, carrots, tomatoes, onions, eggplants, asparagus, artichokes, prunes, Brussels sprouts and lettuce.
3. Adopt a balanced salt-free diet
If you adopt a diet rich in fiber and vegetables and avoid oxidized fats, additives and salt, your body will be healthier. Liquid retention will be improved, which will improve your blood circulation and help you lose weight.
4. Wear compression gloves
If you are struggling with swollen fingers often, and this is bothering you, you can use compression gloves, which you can buy from pharmacies. These are very useful: They exert pressure on your hands and fingers, which leads to release of fluid build-up.