What Causes Tingling and Numbness in Hands and Feet?

Have you ever felt a tingling in your hands? This feeling can appear out of nowhere, causing you discomfort, and make you lose the ability to perform even the simplest tasks, like holding a cup of water. The tingling comes from a short blood flow interruption to the palm of your hand and your fingers.

It may not seem very serious, but if you feel it frequently, don't ignore it. It may mean something more dangerous.

Here are 7 possible causes for the tingling sensation:

1. Multiple Sclerosis
2. Cervical spine osteochondrosis
3. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
4. Thrombosis
5. Stroke
6. Buerger's disease
7. Diabetes


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