I occasionally get a numb feeling in my left arm with pins and needles in my hand, any idea why?
I am right handed, but this happens quite often to my left arm and hand for no apparent reason, does any one have any ideas as to why this is?
do you tend to have your shoulder dropped & forward? Could be a compressed nerve going from the neck/chest down arm to hand - tight neck/chest muscles can make it worse. Check out posture and try massaging neck and chest muscles near the collarbone
Yes sometimes dropped and then get a stiff neck Baileybear, thanks!
it will probably just be a trapped nerve in your arm and if you tend to get a sore neck as well then the nerve could be trapped between your neck and your arm
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