What Really Happens When a Part of Your Body Falls Asleep?

Answer Oftentimes, after keeping pressure on a particular body part for an extended period, you may find that it's difficult to move the limb or that it feels tingly, as if it's on pins and needles. This ... Read More »

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Why does your foot fall asleep?

Many people say this is because you've cut off the blood supply to your foot, but your nerves are more to blame. Nerves are like tiny threads or wires that run through your whole body, and they car... Read More »

What Does It Mean When a Tooth Falls Out?

Children lose primary teeth, also known as baby teeth, because the teeth loosen when their jaw begins to grow to its final size. Tooth loss in adults can be caused by many things and be cause for c... Read More »

What does it mean when a shasta daisy plant falls over?

Shasta daisies fall over when their stems get too long. Insuring the plant gets full sun and is in well-drained and fertilized soil can prevent stems from becoming leggy and plants from falling ove... Read More »

If I make my foot fall asleep and let it stay asleep for a while can that be bad?

Please disregard the previous posts, for the most part they are incorrect/uninformed.The tingling and eventual numbness you feel is due to lack of [enough] oxygen in the tissue. Your limb falls as... Read More »