Causes And Ways To Overcome The Surface Of The Pins And Needles?
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Tingling that is felt after the appearance of itching due to mosquito bites is a natural thing. Mosquito bites can cause allergic reactions such as the appearance of bumps, itching, burning, stinging, and also sensations such as tingling. Although allergic reactions generally occur immediately after being bitten by insects or mosquitoes or are exposed to substances that can trigger other allergies, this can continue if exposure to allergens is not avoided. In addition, excessive scratching of the skin can cause sores and secondary infections of the skin, so the skin can feel pins and needles.
Apart from these allergic reactions, tingling in the legs can also be caused by nerve disorders, which can be based on diabetes mellitus, trauma to the feet that can interfere with nerves in the legs, fibromyalgia, or lack of vitamins, especially vitamin B6. To reduce complaints you can reduce exposure to substances that can trigger allergies, you can smear your feet with mosquito repellent and use socks. Don't forget to maintain a good lifestyle, such as fulfilling nutritional needs including vitamins and minerals, drinking at least 2 liters a day, managing stress well, and exercising regularly.
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