If you've experienced pins and needles, then you know the answer to, What is paresthesia? You can experience facial paresthesia, paresthesia symptoms in the hands or feet. We often describe it as our hand or foot going to sleep. So what is paresthesia and what are the causes of paresthesia?
More importantly, how can you stop it, how can you prevent it. We now know that the Water Cures Protocol is the solution. The link at the bottom will tell you how to use it.
First, the due diligence.
Your pins and needles, even numbness could be something simple or it could be a stroke. How can you know which?
Generally, if the numbness comes on suddenly and there is no apparent reason for it, you should suspect a stroke. If it is accompanied by weakness, it could be a stroke.
If you have the above with out any cause, you could be having a stroke.
If these symptoms are something new and there is no explanation for it, call 911 right now and say you think you are having a stroke.
If this is an ongoing health problem, read on for a possible solution for you. First, understand what is going on inside your body.
Is it chronic, transient, dental or acroparesthesia. Or is your paresthesia from some other cause? And what does all of this mean, the big word names that is?
When you have paresthesia, your neurons or nerves are not functioning correctly. This is usually the result of a lack of circulation. Circulation on its own or a lack of essential nutrients, minerals or inadequate hydration are the unholy trinity of what could be the cause.
Every time your neurons send a signal, think of them as sending an electric impulse. Impulses are sent by the hundreds every second. When ever the nerve bundles ability to communicate to the brain is disrupted, all those electric impulses have nowhere to go. They just start firing off and in effect short circuit. Like a thousand little wires shorting out inside your body, they send the pins and needles feeling.
Sometimes when the ability to communicate is shut down, the nerves turn off the affected area. This accounts for the numbness. Sometimes the numbness can be so severe, an entire limb is as if dead. No muscle tone, no ability to move the extremities until the ability of the nerves to communicate is restored.
The next time you awaken in the night to your arm 'falling asleep.' you will most likely have experienced acute paresthesia. Acute means your symptoms appear suddenly and rapidly.
So long as you do not fall into the warning signs of a stroke or brain attack, you, like most people, will be just fine.
There is a solution to help prevent paresthesia in the first place. It is called the
When you have chronic paresthesia, your numbness and tingling will have developed and gotten worse over an extended time period. You may have noticed a slight different feeling but may have ignored it.
Then as it gets more intense, you start to take note of it. But the longer it is present, the more potential damage is being done. At some point, the damage may be irreversible.
Any time you feel something wrong in your body, it should be cared for. Our body does not do things for no good reason. Any kind of pain or discomfort is there to warn us. You can skip the rest and to to the solution. Or you can discover more on why and how it happens in order to better be able to manage and prevent it.