Why Do My Feet Feel Numb
If you experience damage, a blockage or infection of the foot’s nerve that travels to your toes and causes numbness in those areas. Other conditions which may cause these symptoms include: alcoholics (or chronic drinkers), Charcot-Marie Tooth disease as well as some other rare diseases such Polio
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Why Do My Feet Feel Weird
The pins and needles feeling that you get in your feet may be caused by pressure on the nerves when sitting for too long. When this happens, it should go away as soon a move; however some people’s tingling continues after they’ve stood up or walked around. If the “pins-and-needles” sensation persists with pain accompanied by other physical signs (tingle hand?), see your doctor immediately!
Why Do My Feet Go Numb
Numbness in your foot can be caused by a variety of conditions, such as Charcot-Marie Tooth disease or diabetic neuropathy. However the most common is due to damage done to nerves traveling from toes and fingers up towards brain which may result with symptoms like numbness when walking on affected sides for example one’s left side will have more sensation than their right if you had this problem then try not take long steps otherwise pain could set into muscles making it difficult walk
Numerous other medical problems are also known causes – some examples include alcohol abuse (alcoholic neve Amputation)
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