A A CONDITION called alcohol- related neuropathy can cause numbness
and loss of function of various parts of the body including the feet.
This will lead to the dysfunction of the nerve and ultimately cause weakness, numbness
, inflammation and temporary paralysis.
However, the numbness
can be intense enough to wake one from sleep.
People with MS often experience sensations like numbness
, which happens because some nerves aren't transmitting signals properly," says Dr Sorrel Bickley from the MS Society.
and tingling are among the most common symptoms of MS, and often the first signs of the disease.
It can cause pain and numbness
that may require a doctor's care, adds Dr.
A statement from the company said: "Use of these products, typically for several years, may lead to the development of high levels of zinc in the body which are associated with neurological symptoms such as numbness
, tingling or weakness in the arms and legs.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is when the nerve which runs from the arm into the hand becomes pressed or squeezed at the wrist, resulting in pain, weakness or numbness
There was no question that the plaintiff reported pain and numbness
in his left shoulder, arm, and hand, immediately after surgery on January 29, 1999.
Traditionally, the casting facility performed its deburring manually with hand-held tools, but these can lead to carpal tunnel syndrome and permanent numbness
when workers are subjected to the constant vibrations, high contact forces and contorted positions characteristic of hand-held tools.
B6 is found in similar foods to the other B vitamins and a deficiency leads to severe nerve damage and numbness
She rejects her friends, seeks numbness
in sleep, finds herself ranting at unexpected moments in the school cafeteria, and listens to her parents weep and argue.