Some causes of a tingling tongue and surrounding area are stroke, head injury and a reduction in blood flow, according to Healthgrades. Other causes are vitamin or mineral deficiencies, a nerve injury, or several disease... More »

Tingling in the tongue can be the result of an infection, vitamin or mineral deficiency, poor dental hygiene, and possibly even a stroke. Sufferers should seek immediate medical care if a sudden onset of tingling occurs,... More »

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Causes of sores on the tongue include stress tissue injury, certain foods, sharp teeth and braces, according to WebMD. Sores on the tongue can also be the result of medical conditions such as an impaired immune system, a... More »

Tingling in the tongue can be the result of an infection, vitamin or mineral deficiency, poor dental hygiene, and possibly even a stroke. Sufferers should seek immediate medical care if a sudden onset of tingling occurs,... More »

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Intracerebral hemorrhage, a common stroke, lateral brain stem damage or a lack of blood supply to the head may cause numbness and tingling on the face and head, notes the University of Dartmouth, Healthline and The New Y... More »

Causes of a tingling face or neck include exposure to cold weather or a toxin, injury or trauma to the face, and nerve pressure, according to Healthgrades. Other causes of a tingling face include diseases such as multipl... More »

Potential causes of a burning sensation in the little toe include physical injury, such as stubbing the toe; sitting in a fixed position for an extended period of time; wearing shoes that don't fit properly; and circulat... More »