Tingling In Hands
Numbness Tingling (Sensory loss; Paresthesias; Numbness and Tingling; Loss of sensation):
You feel as though a part of your skin or body feels numb to the touch or tingles. It may also feel like it has been frozen with anesthesia. This numb patch may be small or encompass many parts of the body such as an arm, hand, finger, face, mouth, lips, tongue, leg, foot, or toe, or all of them.While numbness and tingling can occur anywhere on the body, it’s most common on the hands, feet, arms, and legs.Numbness and tingling can also be accompanied by pins and needles and burning skin sensations.
The affected area(s) may remain constant, or they may change and randomly appear anywhere and anytime. Repeated visual inspections show no skin abnormalities.