'tingly' sensation in hands, arms and feet what could this be?

Tingling. This common situation is often seen during high periods of stress. This can also lead to panic attacks. Sometimes the tingling is caused by breathing too rapidly and blowing off too much of the carbon dioxide. Many people learn to calm their breathing leading to less tingling at times like this.

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