News Desk: All of a sudden the arms and legs become paralyzed. If you sit somewhere for a long time or get stressed, the nerves of the hands and feet are compressed. which can lead to paralysis. Experts said that even if there is an injury, infection or exposure to toxic substances, the hands and feet can become paralyzed. Paralysis of hands and feet will be cured in no time. So we neglect the matter. But this paralysis can also be a symptom of a particular disease. Experts say that it is important to consult a doctor if the feeling of numbness in arms and legs occurs frequently. Doctors will conduct tests to determine the exact cause and take necessary measures. Because even though paralysis is a temporary symptom, it can be a sign of a bigger disease. Diabetes Diabetics have peripheral. Which is a common cause of nerve diseases. Symptoms of leg paralysis are due to this. In this case, the feet become paralyzed and rise upwards. Neuralgia Neuralgia can be caused by infection and age. This causes nerve damage. Which causes severe pain and burning. Paralysis can occur anywhere in the body, including the arms and legs. Systemic disease Systemic diseases include kidney disease, vascular disease, hormonal imbalance. Even cancerous tumors cause stress on nerves. As a result, there is a feeling of numbness in the hands and feet. stroke A stroke occurs when there is not enough blood supply to the heart. This can happen if there is a blockage in the blood vessels. The first symptom of a stroke is paralysis of the left arm. This numb feeling spreads to the palms of the hands. During this time vision changes, body balance is lost, speech problems also occur. Gradually hands, face and legs become paralyzed. If such symptoms appear, you should go to the doctor immediately. Lyme disease Lyme disease is an insect-borne inflammatory disease. It spread quickly. Fever, muscle pain, stiff neck are symptoms of this disease. Along with that, nerve complications also occur. From which the arms and legs become paralyzed. Tarsal tunnel syndrome This syndrome is also called posterior tibial neuralgia. This tunnel is at the back of the foot on the inside of the heel. The ankle becomes paralyzed in this disease. which spread slowly. Nerves are also severely damaged.