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Numb arms and legs - 02-11-2015, 11:01 AM

I've gained some solid weight, about 14 pounds in the last 3-4 weeks and I find my arms and legs falling asleep very often. To the point were I wake up at night in pain. Also experiencing this pain during the day if I just prop my feet up for a couple minutes. Anyone else have this problem?
   
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02-11-2015, 11:57 AM

Jj, 14 lbs in 3 weeks is alot of weight, what happens is rapid muscle growth and even mild growth of muscle tissue will "squeeze" if you will, the nerves. When you lay down escpecailly on your sides those enlarged muscles pinch the nerve sheaths and cause "pins and needles" and even pain. It takes months and months for nerve tissue to adjust and or grow. The human body was never meant to be able to put on that kind of rapid muscle growth.

I have been lifting for many years and even off gear I still get numbness. I have gotten so use to it I literally dont feel it anymore. YES most if not all of us have numbness, right fella's? Really nothing to worry about maybe strecth before bed and or take a couple anti inflamatories (advil, aleve). good luck.
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Yep, my hands go numb alot when I lay down. It started years ago and comes and goes. It is just something I have grown accustomed too.
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Thank you for the replies genetleman! Glad to know its normal. I'll try stretching before bed as I need to stretch more anyway.
   
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well it depends on how bad the pain is also. i have carpal tunnel in both hands , and have had the surgery already. i was actually supposed to go back 2 days ago and have the surgery done agian but dont have the money ,and dont want to stop working out. but in the past before my 1st surgery it was soo bad that it would wake me up in the middle of the night . both arms from the hands to the shoulders so numb and my hands would be locked up and i couldnt open them . it was excruciating and i would miss work because i couldnt even open my hands at all for about an hr at least. but it didnt start that way. it started as a slight numbness and got worse. same with my leg numbness. eventually it turned out to be sciatica. so hopefully and most likely its what ranger jockey said, but just keep a good eye on it. you will know if its getting worse. i try to do opened grip just using palms when i can on chest and shoulder presses if i use the smith machine, and also notice the more i use the epileptic the more it hurts to the point where i cant even hold my phone for more then 10 seconds in each hand without having to switch hands. so moral of the story, you will know know if and when you its time to see a dr for it
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I'll keep an eye on it man, thanks for the heads up I hope that doesn't happen. Sorry to hear you have to put up with that all the time.
   
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yeah me too for your sake. not nearly as bad as it was when it 1st hit before my surgery. if it was as bad i def would of figured out something to pay for the surgery, and not postponed it this time. i never knew damn carpal tunnel could even feel that painfull. im sure your ok, dont sweat it. believe me you will know when its time for concern.
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thanks for the info man, if it gets any worse ill post up here. Maybe it's my shitty futon I sleep on. I hope that's the case haha
   
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Whats your bloodpressure is an important issue for this situation ..?
   
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I don't really remember exactly but my medic said it was a little high when I was last in there 2 weeks ago. Again I don't remember what it was but he wasn't too worried about it.
   
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I've gained some solid weight, about 14 pounds in the last 3-4 weeks and I find my arms and legs falling asleep very often. To the point were I wake up at night in pain. Also experiencing this pain during the day if I just prop my feet up for a couple minutes. Anyone else have this problem?

Sometime water retention can cause the symptoms.
   
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i cant make it through a meal without my hand going numb from holding a spoon or fork. its been like that for years.

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