Individuals who suffer from a heart attack may experience chest pain that radiates down the arms, which can include a tingling sensation in the hands, wrists and fingers. They may also experience a tingling sensation in ... More »

Two causes of tingling in the left hand fingers are carpal tunnel syndrome and Raynaud's disease, according to Mayo Clinic. Other causes of tingling in the fingers can be the fingers of the left hand waking up after "goi... More »

Numbness and tingling fingers are rarely associated with strokes, according to Mayo Clinic. There are other causes though, including peripheral neuropathy as a result of diabetes, as stated by WebMD. More »

Signs of a heart attack in men include chest pain, pressure and discomfort, but not tingling in the feet or hands, according to WebMD. Other symptoms of heart attack in men include discomfort in the arms, nausea, shortne... More »

Chest pain accompanied by breathing difficulty or sweating likely indicates a heart attack, whereas chest pain that disappears after belching possibly signals heartburn, states the American Heart Association. Seek medica... More »

The common symptoms of a heart attack in women include chest pain, shortness of breath, nausea, pain in the arm, fatigue, sweating and stomach pain. The effect of a heart attack is usually different is men and women when... More »

Tingling in the hands can be a sign of serious illness, according to WebMD. Otherwise known as peripheral neuropathy, tingling in the hands can be due to injury, infection, nerve damage, systemic disease and vitamin defi... More » Health Pain & Symptoms