Vitamin Deficiency: Have you started feeling tingling in your hands, then there is deficiency of this vitamin in the body

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Vitamin Defeciency: If there is tingling in your hands, it means that the body is deficient in some nutrients. Apart from this, we will also discuss about what other reasons can be there.

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Vitamin deficiency: Our body is made up of nutrients like vitamins, calcium, proteins, minerals etc. That’s why it is very important to have sufficient quantity of all these in the body, only then our body will be able to function properly. If there is a deficiency of any one of these things, then we have to face many health related problems. One of which is tingling in the hands. This happens due to lack of some vitamins. So let’s know about that.

Causes of tingling in hands Reason for tingling in the hands

Vitamin B and E help in running the nervous system smoothly. If there is a decrease in it, then tingling starts in the feet and hands.

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Apart from this, if you are taking any medicine, then due to its side effects, you may also feel tingling. High blood pressure is also caused by tuberculosis.

– If you consume too much alcohol, then due to this also you get tingling in hands and feet. Drinking too much alcohol causes vitamin B12 folate deficiency.

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Due to Thyroid also tingling starts in your hands and feet. Apart from this, if you are sleeping in one position without changing your side, then you can feel it in your feet and hands. Whenever you have tingling in hands and feet, start walking, it will give you relief.

At the same time, due to the pressure on the nerve or spine, tingling starts in your feet and hands. Moreover, even if you have been bitten by an animal, you start feeling tingling in your feet.

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