How To Treat For Tingling In The Face?
It is very common to experience a tingling sensation that catches up with your feet, hand, or face. In most cases, tingling in limbs results from sleeping on one of the limbs for a long time or from sitting in the same position while writing while reading. This condition is called paresthesia, which can result from injury or trauma to the peripheral nervous system. When the nerve is compressed or pinched, the transmission of the signals is impeded, slowed or slowed down and affects the brain’s capacity. To overcome this, your brain reacts through the sensations of tingling and numbness. In other words, numbness and tingling are the first symptom of nerve damage.
Temporary numbness or a mild tingling sensation characterized by the sensation of pins and needles is relieved once pressure is released on the associated nerve. In the case of transient paresthesia due to nerve compression, the symptoms disappear on their own. For the people who suffer from neurological disorders, sensory problems are very common. However, there is partial clarity in the case of facial tingling. In all facial injuries, the trigeminal nerve is mechanically compressed or stressed. This condition causes the facial skin to go numb and there is a skin crawling sensation that comes without pain in the initial stages. Later on, the facial pain predominates and the condition is called trigeminal neuralgia.
What causes facial tingling?
Tingling in the face is not a disease, but a symptom or disease of nerve or nerve function. Facial tingling can be caused by vitamin B6 deficiency, posterior brain stem damage, improper blood circulation and malnutrition in chronic alcoholics, pregnancy and lactation, 5-6% dehydration, and in individuals on chronic hemodialysis. Some drugs that can cause facial tingling are isonazide, phenelzine, and pencillaine. Medical conditions related to the nervous system include compression of the trigeminal nerve, sarcoidosis, autoimmune disease, encephalitis, injury to the facial and tooth region, transverse myelitis, and a vascular lesion or tumor that puts pressure on the brain or spinal cord.
What are the signs and symptoms of facial tingling?
Facial tingling is characterized by tingling and numbness in the face. It may be accompanied by other symptoms such as pain or numbness in the face.
What are the natural ways to reduce facial tingling?
Let’s take a look at the natural ways to reduce station tingling.
Drink turmeric milk †
Turmeric contains curcumin, which has anti-inflammatory properties. It can resolve facial tingling. Drink a glass of warm turmeric milk every day before going to sleep.
Consider taking vitamin B6 supplements †
Deficiency of vitamin B6 can be associated with nerve damage and tingling. Foods rich in vitamin B6 include peanuts, soybeans, oats, bananas, milk, poultry, pork, wheat germ and fortified cereals. Consider taking vitamin B6 supplements after consulting your doctor.
Meditation is drawing your attention to the present and opening it to acceptance and awareness. That is one of the best ways to fight stress and relax your body. There is no direct link between facial tingling and meditation, but practicing mindful meditation helps you manage depression, stress, and pain.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy –
Cognitive behavioral therapy is sensory training that helps the affected patient understand the changes in the nerve impulses being transmitted.
Ginko Biloba Extract †
Ginko Biloba extract is rich in antioxidants and neuroprotective properties. It fights free radical damage and reduces nerve damage. The recommended intake of Ginko Bilbo extract is 120-240 milligrams per day.
Complications of facial tingling
Tingling in the face can be associated with many underlying diseases. Real long tingling in the face leads to serious complications. Appropriate treatment is required to reduce the potential risk of paralysis and permanent nerve damage.
When to go to the doctor
There are a number of reasons that cause a tingling sensation in your face. If a tingling sensation occurs suddenly, if the tingling sensation is limited to one side of the body, or if the tingling on the face persists, see your doctor.
All of the above times can be signs of an impending stroke, so it is better to seek medical attention as soon as possible.
What is the medical treatment for facial tingling?
Treatment of facial tingling depends on the cause of the condition. For most mild conditions, you can try the natural treatment discussed in the article below, as these conditions are generally harmless and do not involve pain. While circumstances resolve spontaneously. However, if your condition is serious, you should seek professional help. To relieve your symptoms, your doctor may prescribe corticosteroids. If you are experiencing panic or anxiety attacks, seeing a mental health professional will help you alleviate the mental symptoms.
dr. Ritu Kumari Gupta: Professional homeopathic physician and dietitian Dr. Ritu Kumari Gupta is passionate about writing health and parenting blogs. She believes in a holistic approach to health and wellness.