Often Tingling And The Feet Feel Difficult To Walk?
Good evening sis, I’m Andy Priyono 26, I want to ask a question, my body often tingles alternately, especially my legs, my legs have difficulty when walking and have fallen and sprained because my feet feel numb, and if I scratch my feet I don’t feel like it, especially the lower part of the body. big toe.rnPlease explain, and what should I eat and avoid please explain. thank you
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Sensations in the body indirectly indicate the function of your nerves. Tingling and numbness in the body, especially the feet, could be a sign that your body lacks certain vitamins or minerals that are important for maintaining healthy nerve cells, such as vitamins B1, B3, B6, B12, vitamin E, potassium, calcium, and magnesium. . It could also be, this sensation disturbance occurs due to blood flow that is not smooth in your body, for example due to pressure during sleep, wearing clothes or footwear that are too tight, sitting with your legs bent for too long, and so on.
If the complaint is only temporary, in general this condition is not dangerous. What you need to watch out for is, if your complaints are repeated very often, or are also accompanied by other complaints, such as weakness, difficulty in controlling the movement of hands or feet, head injuries, speech disorders, severe headaches, and so on. If you experience this condition, you should immediately consult a neurologist. Some other medical conditions that can cause tingling and numbness as you are experiencing are:
Excessive alcohol consumption Certain metal or chemical poisoning Diabetes Autoimmune disorders (eg lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, vasculitis) Infections, eg leprosy, Lyme disease, Epstein Barr virus Pinched nerves, eg due to injury or tumor Spinal cord disorders Impaired liver, kidney, kidney function thyroid gland, etc. What kind of treatment is appropriate to treat your complaint must be adjusted to the cause of the complaint. Therefore, you should first check with a neurologist for further evaluation, for example through blood tests, x-rays, CT scans, and so on.
As an initial treatment:
Compress areas of the body that often tingle with warm compresses Use clothing and footwear that are not tight Avoid excessive pressure on the side of the body that often tingles Exercise regularly Eat nutritious foods, especially those rich in vitamins B, E, potassium, calcium, and magnesium If necessary, you can take additional supplements containing vitamin B complex. Don't smoke or consume alcohol. Hope this helps..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah