Although this side effect affects each person differently, the following are several extremely common menopausal paresthesis symptoms:
Loss of dexterity
Loss of mobility
Feet and hands "falling asleep"
Overall increase in sensitivity
Pale skin color
Loss of balance
"Pins and Needles" sensations
Inexplicable buzzing sensations
Weakness of the muscles
Muscle cool or warmth sensations
Alterations in touch perception
Feeling as though a warm liquid is being poured over you
Feeling as though you are walking upon rocks, even when the ground is level and smooth
Feeling as though your skin is crawling
Treating Tingling Extremities Symptoms
When paresthesis is a product of menopause and fluctuating hormonal levels, you need only to address these deficiencies when attempting to alleviate tingling sensations in your extremities. If you are at all acquainted with the treatment of other side effects associated with hormonal transition, you likely area already aware that the most effective way to tackle paresthesis symptoms is through a combination of lifestyle alterations and alternative medicines.
Lifestyle changes, like an improved diet, regular exercise and relaxation techniques, can all improve the overall health and longevity of your body, which promotes hormonal stability and stimulates the production of estrogen. A healthy diet and daily exercise regimen will stimulate adequate blood flow throughout the body, reducing the occurrence of paresthesis, while relaxation techniques help to calm the body and melt away stress, allowing the body to better defend itself against the many negative emotional and physical side effects of menopause.
Alternative medicines can also be implemented, and they will work most effectively when used in conjunction with lifestyle changes. Phytoestrogenic supplements, acupuncture, meditation, aromatherapy and hypnosis are just several examples of the many alternative remedies with which many women have found solace and a reduction in the occurrence of paresthesis, as well as many other symptoms of menopause.
If a combination of alternative remedies and lifestyle alterations fails to alleviate your tingling extremities to some degree, you may wish to seek the opinion of a doctor or physician, as they will be able to better direct you. Continue reading about the causes of tingling extremities.