Tingling in my hands?

Few causes of such. Common causes of tingling on the hands/fingers are carpal tunnel, ulnar nerve entrapment, and cervical/brachial plexus nerve impingement can cause such symptoms. Diabetes can also do that, but often present in feet first. Some people also feel some tingling/pain to their hands/fingers during a panic attack or even a heart attack. If your symptoms are bothersome, consult doc for an eval. Good luck.
Tingling hands . Nerve compression, circulation, perpipheral nerve issues from endocrine , metabolic or drug or environmental exposure, dietary deficiency, malposition, sleep position, neck problems, hyperventilation, to name a few. Carpal tunnel is the one that everyone thinks of commonly.

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