The sensation of numbness in the arm after sneezing is a common symptom of disk herniation in the neck. This numbing may be accompanied by tingling, pain or weakness in the same limb, according to Mayo Clinic. More »

Numbness on the left arm could be an indication of different diseases and conditions include Lyme disease, HIV/AIDS, alcoholism, multiple sclerosis, syphilis, Vitamin B12 deficiency, vasculitis, spinal cord injury, Sjogr... More »

Either arm can go numb during a heart attack, but it is more frequently the left arm. Numbness alone is not a sign of a heart attack and can be caused by a number of other conditions. More »

Common signs of a heart attack in women include pressure or pain in the midsection of the chest, numbness and discomfort in one or both arms, jaw, neck, back and between the shoulders, stomach ache and the need to vomit,... More »

A combination of back pain and numbness in the left arm can be associated with a herniated disk or injury to the neck and nerves associated with the neck, according to the New York Times. A herniated disk can also be ref... More »

A person must seek professional help for stiff neck pain if self-care does not work after a week, if the pain comes with numbness in the hand or arm, or if there are swollen glands in the neck, according to MedlinePlus. ... More »

A burning sensation in the knees is a symptom of several conditions, including arthritis and peripheral artery disease, a condition that occurs when the arteries become narrowed, according to Healthgrades. Burning sensat... More »