Paresthesia is defined as “a sensation of tingling, tickling, pricking, or burning on the skin with no apparent physical cause. read the blogs to know condition and pain care information for paresthesia sufferers.

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What Causes Numbness and Tingling in Fingers?

Numbness and Tingling in the Fingers: Why Does it Happen? A great many things can cause numbness and tingling in the fingers, or paresthesia according to MedicineNet. They range from completely harmless to something that requires immediate medical intervention. Here are some reasons for that numbness and tingling in the fingers: […]

What vitamin deficiency causes Paresthesia

What vitamin deficiency causes Paresthesia?

Have you noticed a persistent tingling, burning sensation, or loss of sensation in your hands and/or feet? If so, you might have something called Paresthesia. While you should not be alarmed, Paresthesia could potentially indicate underlying issues. In particular, there is the possibility that your Paresthesia might be caused by […]

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What Are the Symptoms of Paresthesia?

Have you ever had ‘pins and needles’ or experienced your limbs ‘falling asleep’? Well, that pricking, tingling, itching sensation is called paresthesia. Most of the time it’s harmless. Sometimes it’s warning you that there is something seriously wrong. What Is Paresthesia? Paresthesia is when pressure on a nerve causes an […]

Differences Between Paresthesia and Peripheral Neuropathy

Differences Between Paresthesia and Peripheral Neuropathy

These two disorders are somewhat similar in the area they affect as well as how you feel it in your body. Both of these disorders typically involve a numbness or tingling sensation in your hands, arms, feet, or legs. However, peripheral neuropathy is much more serious and can become much […]

Can Obesity Cause Paresthesia

Can Obesity Cause Paresthesia?

Paresthesia is the sensation of burning, prickling, or numbness that often occurs in the hands, feet, arms, and legs, but can also occur elsewhere. Nearly everybody has experienced parasthesia at one point or another in their lives, typically after lying on their arm or other limb in a way that […]