You can treat tingling in the head by treating the underlying medical condition, advises Healthline. For instance, if the cause of the tingling is a migraine, treat it by taking migraine medications. Sensitivity to light and sounds, throbbing in the head, nausea and vomiting often accompany migraine headaches.
Possible causes for tingling in the head and throughout the body include frostbite, diabetes, stroke, seizures and multiple sclerosis, explains Healthline. If the tingling occurs with loss of consciousness, severe pain and the inability to move and results directly after a head, neck or back injury, consult a medical professional immediately.
Multiple sclerosis can also cause tingling in the head, as well as numbness, pain throughout the body and shock-like sensations while moving the neck, notes Mayo Clinic. Because multiple sclerosis has no cure, treatment options such as corticosteroids and plasma exchange help to manage the symptoms. Corticosteroids help to reduce nerve inflammation and prevent numbness and tingling. Plasma exchange, which involves mixing blood plasma with the protein albumin, helps to reduce the severity of symptoms.
Hypothyroidism can cause tingling and numbness as well, reports Healthline. To treat it, take synthetic thyroid hormones such as levothyroxine, suggests Mayo Clinic. Those with hypothyroidism often experience weight gain, fatigue and muscle weakness, as well as tingling and numbness.