The Cause Of Tingling In The Feet, Hands And Back?
Hello, I want to ask r nWhy do I often feel excessive tingling of the legs, hands and back
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Tingling or paresthesia (in medical language), is a sensation of numbness or numbness or like a needle prickling in a limb. Occurs as a result of blood flow to the nerves that innervate the part being blocked for some reason. There are several things that can cause this:
1. Being crushed for a long time, for example when sitting on your back or sleeping with your hands pressed against your head. May disappear on its own if the limb is released from the tingling sensation, for example by extending the leg or by extending the arm at the side of the body.
2. Vitamin B12 deficiency.
3. Curpel tunnel syndrome due to prolonged and continuous distress. Usually happens to office secretaries due to mostly typing computers.
4. Diabetes, due to damage to the walls of small blood vessels of the limbs.
Most cases resolve without treatment. But I suggest you to:
1. Consuming vitamin B12 which you can get from natural foods such as shellfish, crab, chicken, eggs, beef, salmon, tuna, and others.
2. Diligent light exercise that moves the fingers, hands and feet.
3.Consult a doctor if you complain of tingling accompanied by complaints of:
a. Often thirsty, hungry and BAK.
b. Accompanied by limb weakness.
c. Loss of consciousness.
So, hopefully it's useful.