Often Feel Weak And Tingling In The Palms Accompanied By Lack Of Focus?
I am 22 years old. I experience weakness, gringging/tingling in my palms, and can’t focus on seeing if it’s because of an ulcer or low blood sugar, right? Because I was diagnosed with low blood sugar. Thank you
sensations such as tingling or what is medically known as paresthesias are usually rarely associated with heartburn. Tingling is more related to nerve problems that are related to blood flow problems. Some of the common causes of tingling can include:
narrowing of the nerve tunnel, nerve disorders, for example by diabetes, tumors, stroke, blood flow is not smooth, low blood sugar levels, mercury poisoning, lack of nerve vitamins such as B1, B6, B12. Meanwhile, weakness itself can be caused by many things, such as low blood sugar, fatigue, dehydration, infection, to psychological stress. At this time we recommend that you ensure adequate fluids as well as rest needs, as well as daily nutritional intake. Arrange not to eat too long distance to cause low blood sugar. Meanwhile, if the complaint does not improve, do not hesitate to see a doctor. Here we attach an article about tingling. Hope it is useful.
dr. N. K. Arief