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    Why do I feel my body stung?

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    Elia Tabuenca García
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    Why do I feel my body stung?

    Why do I feel my body stung?

    The sensation of pinpricks on the body is felt where there are very small capillaries, and where therefore the blood is pumped under high pressure. For example, sensations of pins in the legs, pins in the stomach, pins in the hands, tingling in the face, etc ...

    When do you feel your skin tingle?

    Sensitive skin has been defined as a syndrome caused by the occurrence of unpleasant sensations (stinging, or stinging, burning, pain, itching and tingling sensations) in response to stimuli that normally should not cause these sensations.

    How do you pin on the skin?

    A sensory nerve injury can cause very different symptoms. There may be spontaneous sensations (paraesthesia), which include numbness, tingling, feeling of "pins" or needles or pinching, itching, burning, cold, painful and deep pains, electric shocks. This ailments often worsen at night.

    Why does the skin sting?

    Under normal conditions, the skin is defended by a superficial hydrolipidic barrier which helps it to prevent the penetration into the body of bacteria and potentially harmful substances (ultraviolet rays, powders, aggressive cosmetic substances) at the same time maintaining the right level of hydration.

    Why does the skin hurt?

    POSSIBLE CAUSES OF SENSITIVE AND DRY SKIN. Environmental: the skin, like our whole organism, suffers pollution, temperature changes, wind, sun that can often sensitize the skin, making it more sensitive and subject to allergic reactions.
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