health conditions


Question by  harijangam (17)

Why does my tongue tingle?


Answer by  dog23 (168)

A tingling tongue may be a symptoms of menopause. Vitamin deficiencies are also sometimes responsible for tingling of the tongue and lips, as are some foods. Ingesting foods that are too hot may burn the tongue and cause a tingling sensation. If this condition persists, see your doctor for further medical testing.


Answer by  rbiales (3441)

Your tongue tingles because somewhere between your brain and your tongue your nerves are being stimulated. There is a large and complex set of nerves that keeps you up to date on what is going on in your tongue due to the very important jobs your tongue does. If you see no reason for the tingle, contact health care professionals.


Answer by  SubhashChander (1773)

Tongue tingling happens due to intake of the excessive spicy food or taking the hot food followed by cool liquids.


Answer by  Mallika (449)

Tongues tingle may be due to climate changes or any allergies. If you have taken any new food or medicines which is not suiting you.

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