Doctors Say Tingling Feet Could Be a Sign of Several Conditions

Tingling in your feet is not usually cause for concern. And when you get that familiar pins-and-needles feeling in your feet or numbness in your toes, typically it’s easy to fix: Reposition yourself to take the pressure off of your nerves, and you’re good to go.

“Tingling in the feet is a very common symptom and usually does not indicate a serious problem,” says William Buxton, M.D., neurologist and director of Neuromuscular and Neurodiagnostic Medicine and Fall Prevention at Pacific Neuroscience Institute at Providence Saint John’s Health Center in Santa Monica, California.

This prickly feeling is known as paresthesia, which is usually a temporary condition caused by a blood flow blockage within the nervous system, according to University of Rochester Medical Center. Read more…

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