What Symptoms Do You Like Tingling After A Long Time Sitting Or Crushed?
, tingling in the limbs when long sitting or pierced what symptoms? And how to treat it?
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Tingling is a sensation in certain parts of the body that is marked as being punctured by many small needles. This sensation in English is called 'pins and needles'. There are various causes of tingling, including:
Being in a certain position for a long time. There are parts of the body that are depressed for a long time. Viral infections of the nerves. Immune system disorders Impact of other medical diseases such as diabetes or high blood sugar levels.
Among these possibilities, tingling when sitting for long such as sitting cross-legged or crushed as when the head rests on the hands while sleeping, is a normal condition, and generally will subside by itself with the release of tension. So your condition does not need to be a concern and is not an illness if you do, for example, tingling after sitting cross-legged for a long time, and when you stand up, the tingling disappears. Even if there are conditions that can trigger this, it is excess weight, which makes nerves more easily depressed and tingling more easily appear.
But if the tingling does not go away, and very disturbing your daily life, our advice should you consult a neurologist. Other information is needed such as age, sex, history of illness and so on to see the possibility of your condition and determine the cause. Only then can the best handling be determined. What you can do now is maintain a healthy lifestyle by avoiding stress and cigarette smoke, maintaining ideal body weight, adequate rest, and increasing consumption of vitamin B-rich foods such as eggs, milk, bread, beans, beef and salmon. So, hopefully answering your question.