Causes Sudden Cramps?
I was 19 years old, Last night I went home at 10 pm, arrived “I felt like cramps cramps or numbness in the legs, hands down to the face of my face, I had seen a doctor, then the doctor said it was due to the night wind, I still I was curious because until this morning I still felt pain in the same place, I was given medicine and it hasn’t disappeared either, why? The medicine was only relieved when I woke up, the cramps felt again, Please explain. Thank you
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Is the tingling felt in all parts of the body or only on certain sides of the body?
Cramps or tingling is an abnormal sensation in the skin that occurs due to a disturbance in the nervous system, such as interference with the flow of blood vessels that deceive the nerves or disorders in the form of direct emphasis on nerve vessels. Some conditions that can cause this, namely:
1. Malnutrition, such as lack of nerve vitamins (vitamin B12) and excessive alcohol consumption.
2. Diseases of the nerves. Nerves that are disrupted in complaints of tingling throughout the body can occur in nerve vessels in the spine and in the brain. The disorder can be in the form of infections, tumors, trauma and others.
3. Systemic diseases, such as diabetes, kidney and liver.
It is better not to ignore these complaints, especially if complaints are experienced throughout the body. Consult a neurologist immediately. The doctor will conduct a related examination, if necessary will conduct a supporting examination, such as a blood laboratory, electromyogram and MRI. This examination is done to find the cause of your disease. Later you will live the treatment in accordance with the cause.
Meanwhile, consumption of foods containing high vitamin B12, such as shellfish, crabs, sardines, salmon, tuna, beef, milk, yogurt, eggs and chicken. You can read more here, yes. You can also get Vitamin B12 from food supplements.
Thus hopefully useful.