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Shocking, tingling sensation in neck, arms when screaming. Cause?

Hi, just wanted to know possibilities on why my I feel like shocking and tingling sensation running through my neck and arms when I scream really intense. I have to speak loud sometimes as a coach in the field, but I notice this feeling to often. I been having some neck pain for the past 3 months and I don t know how this may be causing the sensations I been feeling on my arms when speaking loud.Could you help
Asked On : Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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The symptoms that you are telling is suggestive of cervical disc problems, it might range from mild problems to sever problems.
It is commonly caused due to increased weight, low calcium diet, inadequate calcium supplementation. It is common in persons involving moderate physical activity such as sitting in a shop for hours.

Adviced to under go simple x ray of neck, it will reveal a lot of things.

Adviced to start vitamin b12 and vitamin d3 and review.
Answered: Mon, 17 Jun 2013
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