After excersizing, or even just WALKING my fingers swell up?!?

i really dont know why..usually its just my right hand, and i get it really bad if im outside walking for a long time in hot weather..it doesn't really hurt, it just feels funny..and you can tell by just looking at them that they're swelled..(my friend calls me sausage fingers. haha..) does anyone know why?!
Answers:    Cut way down on your salt intake.
You may have high blood pressure. Get checked by a doctor as soon as possible.
I get that too.

Could be due to blood pooling in the fingers, since they're held down at your sides.
Hi Hamie. This is a classic sign of a condition called "Thoracic Outlet Syndrome" (TOS). TOS is a group of conditions in the neck/shoulder area that can compress the artery, nerves, vein and/or lymphatics that feed into the arm and hand. Generally, swelling of the hand suggests compression of the veins and/or lymphatic vessels.

TOS is usually the long-term result of a whiplash type of injury (e.g. car accident, fall, sports injury, etc.). This condition often gets progressively worse, so you may want to get professional help with it. A good Chiropractor can help you diagnose and treat this condition.

Best wishes and good luck.
I don't think you should worry too much about that...it happens almost every time I go for a long walk and am swinging my arms around. Actually, I think it happens to quite a lot of people... The swelling should go down after you stop whatever it is you're doing and sit and relax for a few minutes.

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