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How Can I Stop Tingling in Feet?

Experiencing sensations of tingling in the feet can be confusing and sometimes even scary, as it is an uncommon symptom that can indicate a variety of conditions, and so the sufferer can be thrown into a state of panic. Apart from this, tingling feet can also simply be a nuisance, and people who experience this often usually want to seek relief. Read on for tips on how to stop tingling in feet.

How Can I Stop Tingling in Feet?

What Is Tingling in Feet?

Tingling in feet can have a number of different causes, some more serious than others. If you only experience tingling once in a blue moon, it is probably just numbness, and not connected to anything graver. However, if it is more frequent, this can mean it is a symptom of any of the following conditions:


This is often related to hyperventilation, as the carbon dioxide levels are imbalanced and there is not enough oxygen reaching the extremities.


Some people are just more sensitive to natural bodily sensations (like uneven blood flow to the foot) that most people would not normally notice, and this might or might not be related to anxiety.

Lack of nutrients

This could also be related to anxiety, as this condition burns valuable reserves, but also could apply to anybody who has a less than optimum diet. Magnesium and vitamin B12 are two of the many vitamins that play a role in nerve health, and so tingling in feet could be a sign to increase the intake of these nutrients.

How to Stop Tingling in Feet

How successful treatment is depends entirely on the original cause. Owing to the fact there are a range of reasons tingling in feet can occur, there is no “one size fits all” remedy. First and foremost, it is important to work out why your feet are tingling and then select the appropriate treatment. Some ideas are outlined below.

Change your diet

Opting for healthier choices is going to benefit your general overall health. However, for those who suffer from sensations in the foot, it is important to try and address the nutrient imbalance that could be causing it. Eat a diet rich in sources of magnesium and B vitamins, such as beans, nuts, and fish.

Change your mindset

If anxiety is what is causing or worsening your tingling sensations, then the first step is to remind yourself that tingling is nothing to worry about. Keep an eye on it by all means, and visit a doctor to rule out other illnesses, but if there is no physical reason for tingling in your feet, then try and relax your attitude towards it. Going and doing something active when the tingling begins should take your mind off the problem.

Manage illness

If tingling in your feet is due to anxiety, diabetes, or some other problem, then managing the condition effectively should reduce this symptom. This can mean taking medication, undergoing therapy, or changing lifestyle habits.


Anyone experiencing bad circulation to the feet will improve the situation by exercising regularly and getting blood pumping around the body. After a while, the tingling in feet should disappear or at least be drastically reduced.

Tingling in feet is normally a short-term problem that is more of an annoyance than anything to be worried about. Seeing a doctor to rule out more serious conditions is important, but in the absence of an illness, he or she should also be able to help you work out what exactly is causing the tingling and which home remedies to apply.

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