Tingling in the feet may occur when a person sits in one position for a long time or crosses his feet, according to WebMD. In some situations, tingling in the feet is a sign of nerve damage, also referred to as periphera... More »

According to WebMD and ZocDoc, tingling in the bottom of the feet might indicate nerve damage, high levels of blood sugar, nutritional deficiencies, low amounts of thyroid hormone, syphilis or Lyme disease. However, it c... More »

Anxiety disorders can produce tingling in the feet as well as hands, according to WebMD. Other common signs that someone suffers from anxiety include feelings of fear or panic, dizziness, sleep problems, muscle tension a... More »

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