Tingly Feet

The nerves in the feet come from the lower back. Pressure or chemical changes in the nerves can result in a tingly sensation in the feet. Tingly feet can be an indication of nerve loss. Sensations that are out of the ordinary, such as tingly feet, can be a sign of neurological or vascular problems. In addition to tingling sensations, symptoms of numbness or burning in the feet may also manifest. Diabetes is one of the most common conditions associated with tingly feet.

“Tingly feet is a common problem, often described as a feeling of pins and needles. If these symptoms continue for a long period of time, medical attention may be warranted.”