I feel pin and needle kind of sensation for a couple of minutes everytime i am about to sweat or sweating. I have been feeling this since a couple of months. I have no history of any skin related problems and I have no pain in any body part as well. I know my Blood sugar is OK, i proactively got it checked when this problem started. I felt this for the first time when i went to delhi this june for a conference. It was burning hot climate there and when i retured to bangalore (which was comparatively very cool )i felt it for the very first time. I have been drinking just beer (Occasionally) since long now, so alcohol should not be a problem either, I guess. I used to have unorganized lifestyle, as in staying up late, working without sleep but now i am planning to avoid that as well. Please help me out with this.
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