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Tingling with exercise?

Discussion in 'Support Subforum' started by Buckyblue, May 21, 2021.

  1. Buckyblue

    Buckyblue Newcomer

    My main symptoms of TMS are forearm pain, elbow pain, and some hand sensations....today I was doing some yoga and I kept getting tingling in my hands, feet, and one side of my face....it is 20 minutes post yoga and I still have it to some degree....is this TMS just moving around? Could it be my nervous system waking up with the stretching involved?

    I am open to all suggestions. Thanks!
     
  2. Buckyblue

    Buckyblue Newcomer

    I have had tingling stuff before, but this seems to be very intense while in the stretching aspect and then eases up a little bit with residual after....
     
  3. Baseball65

    Baseball65 Beloved Grand Eagle

    Stuff like that isn't uncommon at all. When TMS is being dealt with and your mind is shifting away from using that strategy all sorts of weird crap can happen. Numbness, tingling, moving to another place, muscular treppe,etc. My feet used to get so cold I couldn't feel them.... in summer time! Than I realized that 'Reynauds syndrome' was just another TMS manifestation and it went away.
    You are right on time. Keep going. The fact that it's changing probably means you have it on the run!
     
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  4. Buckyblue

    Buckyblue Newcomer

    Thanks! It is just such an odd sensation....my arm pain never goes away completely, but it does reduce when the tingling comes on. I also noticed my calf tightness started to come back. I assume this is just an attempt to get my attention or to thwart my efforts to get active again.
     
  5. Baseball65

    Baseball65 Beloved Grand Eagle

    Bingo.
    ..and THAT is the kind of clue that we start compiling in our investigation folder
     
  6. Balsa11

    Balsa11 Well known member

    Tingling can happen whenever you're TMSing, not just when you're exercising. Breathe and be nice to yourself, you're not going to let TMS stop you from living your life. The more you keep active the more evenly the blood will circulate.
     
  7. Balsa11

    Balsa11 Well known member

    I get this every time I sit for too long. I've always had colder feet but it's a good incentive to stay active as if being active isn't important enough already.
     

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