Why do body parts often experience TINGLING and NUMBNESS

Why do body parts often experience tingling and numbness?
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In The Name of Allah, The Most Beneficent, The Most Merciful

Tingling and numbness is a feeling that can occur in any part of the body.

People often have such feelings in their hands, feet, arms and legs.

There are a number of things that can cause numbness and tingling, such as sitting on a leg for a long time or swelling with the head on the arm.

If the feeling of numbness and tingling persists and no obvious cause is understood, it may be a sign of a disease or injury and is treated according to its diagnosis.

CAUSES of NUMBNESS & TINGLING?
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Numerous factors can cause this, such as sitting or standing in the same position for long periods of time, as well as sitting on one leg or swelling with the head on the arm.

This actually increases the pressure on the nerves and when your body moves, the hearing part starts to improve.

But other than that, the experience can be caused by a number of things, such as the bite of an animal or insect, the presence of toxic substances in seafood, abnormal amounts of vitamin B12, potassium, calcium or sodium in the body, radiation therapy. And medicines, especially chemotherapy.

Many times such feelings can be the result of a nerve injury in the neck or a spinal cord injury, dilation of blood vessels, infection,Nerve pressure tumors, carpal tunnel syndrome, etc. are also some common causes.

Swelling of the spinal cord or brain can also increase the pressure on the nerves, or itching, swelling or soreness on the skin can also cause hearing and tingling sensations in various organs.

Some diseases also include hearing or tingling as a symptom, such as diabetes, neurotherapy, migraine, Raynaud’s phenomenon, multiple sclerosis, stroke, seizures, hardening of the arteries and thyroid. To become immobile

WHEN TO SEE A DOCTOR?
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Everyone has occasional sensations such as numbness, tingling, needle stinging or burning, but they also disappear in a few minutes.

However, if you experience numbness, tingling, tingling, dizziness or itching without any reason, you should consult a doctor.

Be sure to notify a doctor if these symptoms worsen in the legs while walking or if you start urinating more than usual.

In some cases, immediate medical attention should be sought, such as a back, neck or head injury, walking disability, loss of consciousness for a long time, confusion or difficulty thinking, difficulty speaking, vision problems, or weakness. Or feelings of severe pain and loss of control over urination or bowel movements.

Published by Asim Hanif

Professor Asim Hanif Health tips. HEALTH Is WEALTH.

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