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Our hands can tell us a lot about what's going on with our health. Various sensations on our palms and in our fingers can be indicators of problems in other parts of the body and are warnings signs that shouldn't be ignored. The following symptoms can be caused by specific illnesses or nutritional deficiencies...

1. Vitamin deficiency

When you feel a tingling sensation in your hands, it could mean that you aren't getting enough vitamin B1, B6, B12, and/or vitamin E. The only way to tell if you're really suffering from a vitamin deficiency is to get a blood test. If the test is positive, your doctor can prescribe an appropriate vitamin supplement.

2. Circulation problems

Numbness in the fingertips of the right hand can be the result of a pinched nerve, but can also be a sign of cardiovascular disease.

3. Diabetes  

Tingling that often starts in the feet and runs up to the hands can be a sign of diabetes. The reason is the decreased circulation that can cause damage to the nerve endings.

4. Exhaustion

If you regularly lift heavy objects or keep your wrist in an uncomfortable position, enormous pressure is exerted on the sensitive nerves near the surface of the skin. This can lead to tingling in the fingers. Make sure to give your hands a rest. It's also important to get enough sleep and reduce your stress level.

5. Problems with the spine

Damage to the spine can cause problems with the nerve pathways resulting in symptoms that show up on our hands. Strengthening the back muscles by doing yoga or swimming can help to fix this. You should also try not to stay sitting for long periods.

6. Carpal tunnel syndrome  


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