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Hand Tingling and Hand Numbness a Sign of Nerve Damage


Hand Tingling, a Sign of Nerve Damage

Causes of Hand Tingling and Hand Numbness

Diagnosis of Hand Tingling and Hand Numbness


Hand tingling has become a common problem in today’s work place. Tingling is usually a sign of nerve injury. Nerves generally have two major functions. There are sensory nerves which sense information in the skin, and there are motor nerves that are used to move the muscles. These nerves travel from the brain to the spinal cord and from the spinal cord they travel all the way to the finger tips. Injury could occur anywhere along this path. Several symptoms occur when there is nerve injury, there could be numbness, tingling, or burning and there could also be associated weakness and paralysis of the muscles.









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