Anxiety can cause hundreds of different physical responses, and unfortunately many of these responses can increase anxiety. One such response is numbness. Numbness is a broad term that means a "lack of feeling. Numbness is an unusual sensation. For some, it's literally the lack of feeling - no amount of touching that area of the body produces any sensations. For others, it's more of a tingling, where the person can feel something there in that area of the body but it doesn't feel like something normally does to the touch.
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Numbness Tingling symptom
When someone says they're feeling numb, it can be related to a variety of health conditions affecting the body, or a result of psychological issues affecting the mind. Interestingly, in both cases, numbness may be caused by anxiety. Anxiety is an extremely powerful condition - more powerful than most people realize.
You feel as though a part of your skin or body feels numb to the touch or tingles. It can also feel like it has been frozen with anesthesia. This numb patch may be small or encompass many parts of the body, such as an arm, hand, finger, face, mouth, lips, tongue, leg, foot, or toe, or all of them.