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Why Do My Arms Feel Heavy?

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Though heavy hands are normally related to stress, fatigue or depression, this condition is often caused by cardio-vascular issues due to repetitive spine motion, which cause numbness. It is therefore recommended that you visit a qualified doctor for medical help before the problem worsens or takes a rest.
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Your arms may seem heavy due to overuse and fatigue of the muscles in the arms. Feelings such as anxiety may also bring this effect as muscles tend to tense in such situations.
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