Hand numbness while sleeping has a variety of causes, including sleeping position, carpal tunnel syndrome and diabetes, according to WebMD. Other possible causes include vitamin deficiencies, alcoholism, infections and i... More »

Hands that go numb while a person is asleep are one of the tell-tale signs of carpal tunnel syndrome, according to Precision Orthopaedic Specialties, Inc. If it only happens occasionally, it could be the result of fallin... More »

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The primary cause of hands falling asleep in the evening and while sleeping is a condition known as carpal tunnel syndrome, according to WebMD. People commonly feel tingling and numbness that travels from the hands to th... More »

Some possible causes of numbness in the fingertips are Raynaud's phenomenon and carpal tunnel syndrome, according to Mayo Clinic and WebMD. Raynaud's phenomenon is a circulatory system disorder, while carpal tunnel syndr... More »

The primary cause of hands falling asleep in the evening and while sleeping is a condition known as carpal tunnel syndrome, according to WebMD. People commonly feel tingling and numbness that travels from the hands to th... More »

Itchy hands and feet may be caused by psoriasis, dry skin, scabies, eczema, allergies or diabetes, according to WebMD. Doctors can assess a patient's symptoms to make a diagnosis and determine an effective treatment plan... More »

Possible causes of tingling in the hands include diabetes, vitamin deficiencies, alcoholism, systematic diseases and nerve entrapment syndromes, as stated by WebMD. Other causes include animal bites, certain medications,... More »

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