When I exercise and my heart rate goes up I get tingling sensations and numbness in my arms, hand, feet and toes. I eat healthy and no other issues.

HV sensitivity? Respiratory rate goes up too, no doubt. The problem may be due to respiratory alkylosis from blowing off your carbon dioxide. Try re-breathing your CO2 with a paper bag before you see a doctor. .

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