Is it normal for hands and feet to fall asleep?

Not normal. There are a variety of possible reasons for this. Your physician can help to determine cause ; possible amelioration.

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What causes hands and feet to sometimes fall asleep?

Numbness. When hands and feet intermittently fall asleep, the first thought should be a circulation problem such as when an individual falls asleep on their arms or legs. This causes mechanical obstruction of blood flow. A second common cause is anxiety or panic attacks. While neurological problems are a small possibility, it is unlikely that a singe neurological problem would effect both arms & both legs. Read more...

Lately my hands and feet will fall asleep alot, it even will wake me up at night?

See below. Tingling hands, feet, or both is an extremely common and bothersome symptom. Such tingling can sometimes be benign and temporary. For example, it could result from pressure on nerves when your arm is crooked under your head as you fall asleep. Or it could be from pressure on nerves when you cross your legs too long. In either case, the "pins and needles" effect -- which is usually painless -- is s. Read more...

I haven't slept all night. When I'm fixing to fall asleep, my hands and feet spasm. How do I stop it? What's wrong?

You may've dystonia. You may have some form of sleep disorder which involves the cramping or spasming of voluntary muscles while preparing for sleep or at rest. You'll need a full evaluation if this is not an isolated incident. I would suggest your primary doc to get things rolling. They'll get some blood work and then, likely consider sending you for either a sleep study or with a neurologist. You could keep a log. Read more...