Causes Of Often Tingling Feet?
Why do my battery and hands often tingle? but if it is straightened it loses its tingling, it often happens. Previously, I was fat at the age of 19 and weighed 90 kg, does it have anything to do with being overweight?
Hi Sri Setyorini, thank you for the question.
Tingling is a common thing experienced by a person, but often causes discomfort. The tingling can actually go away on its own, but it can last for a long time, until it is accompanied by burning, pricking, and numbness. Some causes of tingling, including:
Body parts are depressed or in the same position for a long time so that blood flow is not smooth. Deficiency (lack) of vitamin B12 Dehydration Diabetes mellitus Damage to nerves (neuropathy) Disorders of the kidneys or liver Raynaud's disease Electrolyte disorders in the body Excessive alcohol consumption, etc. -other
In people with obesity (overweight), the risk of diabetes, nerve damage (neuropathy), and hypertension (high blood pressure) increases. These three things are closely related to tingling. Based on this, there is still a possibility that Sri's weight has an effect on the tingling experienced. If this tingling sensation is felt very often, Sri should immediately consult a neurologist. The doctor will collect information based on questions and answers, physical examination, and support (such as blood tests if needed). Once the problem is identified, the doctor will then provide the appropriate treatment.
May be useful.
dr. Sonia L