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Has it ever occurred to you that you are asuddenly unable to feel any part of your body or that you have a feeling or feeling like you are constantly shaking something with a sharp object? If something like this happens to you, then your fear There is no reason to get it, just know that you are not being paralyzed!😂This medical condition is better known to us as "Zhi Zhi"in Bangla😁.. However, medical science has given a beautiful name. The name is "Paresthesia".. Let me introduce you..⬇️⬇️⬇️
■What do we mean by paresthesia?
Paresthesia is an abnormal sensation in your body, such as the sensation of being stabbed with something sharp, not responding to any part of the body, that is, not feeling when touched. Some people may think that a small insect is walking inside the skin or burning inside..
Paresthesia is a condition that is usually felt in the hands and feet. However, it can also occur in other parts of the body. This can happen to you when you are sitting awkwardly for a while or your hands are pressed under the head or body while you are sleeping..
■Who is more likely to have paresthesia?
Paresthesia can occur in anyone. However, some people have a higher rate of paresthesia than others, such as those who wear small size shoes, those who sit on their feet for a long time. Also those who have back pain or diabetes..
■How Many Types of Paresthesia Can You Have?
You may have two types of paresthesia.
1) Temporary or Transient Paresthesia : is the type of tingling that usually occurs in your hands or feet.
■What causes Temporary Paresthesia in your hands or feet?
Many people think that our blood vessels have something to do with it..Their idea is that when there is pressure on a part, the blood circulation in that part stops for a while.. For which it happen..But, it is not correct.
The reason behind it is not because of the pressure in the blood vessels, but because of the pressure on the nerves in that area and when the pressure is removed, the sensation are no longer there..
■What Causes Your Chronic Paresthesia?
Chronic paresthesia is usually a symptom of another neurological disorder.. Some can occur due to disorders of the Central Nervous System (CNS) like:
2)Transient Ischemic Attacks (TIA)
Here are some more reasons lilke:
1)Liver and kidney disease
4)Carpal Tunnel Syndrome(CTS)
7)Deficiency of Vit B1,B3,B6,B12
8)Excessive intake of Vit D
■When do you see a doctor for paresthesia?
There is no need to see a doctor for temporary paresthesia.
However, if these abnormal feelings last for a long time and are too much, then you must see a doctor..