Frequent Tingling In The Hands And Feet?
Good afternoon, I am 24 years old, my body weight is 150 bb 49kg. I often feel the pins and needles of the feet and legs if you don’t do it without sleeping, in the relaxed position, you often get pins and needles. 84/52, is that already anemic category ??? Thank you
Hello Anindiya, thank you for asking.
First, it is necessary to understand the terms anemia and hypotension. Anemia is a condition in which hemoglobin levels are lower than normal. Hemoglobin functions to bind oxygen in red blood. Decreased hemoglobin level means decreased ability of red blood cells to carry oxygen to the tissues. Fulfillment of oxygen demand in tissues is inhibited. Thus, anemic people experience various symptoms, such as fatigue, weakness, drowsiness, difficulty concentrating, dizziness or headaches.
Hypotension is a condition of low blood pressure and cause symptoms. Symptoms such as dizziness, headaches, dark eyes, fainting, palpitations, shortness of breath. A person is said to experience hypotension only when symptoms occur. If for example someone has a blood pressure of 90/60 mmHg but does not experience any symptoms whatsoever, then that person is not said to have hypotension.
The number you write down is the blood pressure number, not hemoglobin. Then it does not describe anemia. There is no relationship between blood pressure and hemoglobin levels. Tingling is generally caused by neurological disorders. You can try taking vitamin B complex once a day to help improve nerve function. Be careful when allergic reactions occur. You can also exercise regularly to improve blood flow to the tissues. If there is no improvement, you can consult a neurologist.
Hopefully this explanation is quite helpful. Regards.