Limp, Easily Dizzy, Accompanied By Tingling In The Hands And Feet?
Goodnight Doctor, I want to ask, your body is often limp, your head is easily dizzy, and you often get pins and needles in your feet and hands, what is the cause and is it dangerous
Thank you for the question.
Limp, easy dizziness, also tingling in the hands and feet may indicate that you are deficient in certain vitamins or minerals, for example vitamin B complex, calcium, potassium, magnesium, sodium, and so on. It could also be, these complaints arise due to dehydration, viral or bacterial infections, anemia (low hemoglobin), hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), hypotension (low blood pressure), nerve disorders (for example due to multiple sclerosis, diabetes, nerve nerve) , metabolic disorders, dyspepsia, vascular disorders, psychological disorders, hormonal disorders, and so on.
Has your condition lasted a long time? Does it really limit your activities?
If so, you should check yourself directly to the doctor or internist. Laboratory tests, X-rays, and other supporting tests can later be done by your doctor so that your condition is clearly the cause and proper management can be given. The danger or not your condition can be evaluated through this examination.
In the meantime, you should get plenty of rest, go to sleep early, compress warm hands and feet that often get pins and needles, wear loose and comfortable clothing, get more exercise, eat regularly, eat a balanced variety of nutritious foods, drink lots, stay away from alcohol, and don't just be careless take any medicine without doctor's advice.
Hope this helps ...