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My hands and feet fall asleep, for what is this happening ? please give me your suggestion

Lately my hands and feet are always falling asleep. I can just be sitting down and my feet fall asleep, what is the cause of this?
Asked On : Sun, 6 Feb 2011
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A : It could be due to pressure on the nerve or the artery which is supplying the hand. If it is nerve which is compressed in wrist, then it is called carpel tunnel syndrome, Numbness, burning pain, and tingling in your thumb, index, and middle... More
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A : It could be due to pressure on the nerve or the artery which is supplying the hand. If it is nerve which is compressed in wrist, then it is called carpel tunnel syndrome, Numbness, burning pain, and tingling in your thumb, index, and middle
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Rajesh Lakhanpaul's  Response
Many a times it can be due to no pathology with it just pressure symptom which become normal once the pressure is released. some times nerve is compressed on its way to supply and the region distal to pressure becomes numb. If it is a constant feature the investigations are needed to locate the site of pressure. Herbal medicines recommend punarnava guggul and ashwagandha 1 tds
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Pulmonologist Dr. Amit kumar's  Response
B : If you wanted to get any rest tonight, then you shouldn t have used whatever drug it was you took. No relaxation technique or tea will help you. Either go to the ER and see if they have something to counteract it, or play the waiting game until...
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