I find myself tired, lacking enthusiasm, and have a tingling feeling in the bottom of my feet on occasion, I'm worried it may be related to a condition, I live in Ireland, Im studying psychotherapy As a result use this website frequently, can you advise if I need to see a doctor...
How to overcome the tightness in my chest and tingling in feet?
Good morning, over the past 4 days I have had to use nitro to ease the tightness of my chest, head hurts like a bear afterwards, legs tingle, feel exhausted though, mwhen I wake in the morning I feel pretty darn good but after moving around the house the tightness comes back, my head hurts after...
Tingling in the feet and hands, high heart rate. Reason?
I am a62 year old male for the past 12 months my hands feel as if they don t belong to me my fingers are always tingling at the tips my hand feel tight at the wrists My palms and the back of my hands are a red coulor and they continuously hot , one doctor said , to him they look like hands that...
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Swollen knees, tingling feet, pain in hip. Any insights?
Hello, Thanks in advance for answering my question. I am a 57 year old female. A foot doctor told me I had slight bunions, some arthritic changes, Morton s neuroma at the 3rd interspace and flexible flat feet . I ve always loved walking and I started to do sprints. I didn t feel I overdid it, but...
Last night I was drinking really heavily and today I have been hungover.
I have tingling/numb feeling in my arms and feets the last hours. Is this normal?
Yes this is normal during hangover. However it is not normal health. You should try to test for Vitamin Deficiency. Alcoholics will have saturday night plasy syndrome where they sleep off on the chair and the nerves are entrapped within.
Everymorning, i have tingling on the bottm of my feet. Why is that?
Tngling sensation is a sign of nerve weakness. Do take multivitamin supplements to get rid of such problems.
Stinging feeling in feet
If you are Diabetic, it is Diabetic Neuropathy. Even otherwise, the stinging feeling in feet is due to the involvement of nerves. You can get back to me with more details about YOU and your problems through the premium follow up question facility of Healthcare magic. With Best Wishes,
Dr C. J. Varghese
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