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One numb foot...caused by booze? watch

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    I've been drinking quite a lot recently (the past week or so)...considerably more than I usually do. I usually drink moderately only about once a fortnight.

    But for the past week or so I've got this numb feeling in my left foot, and a mild tingling sensation. It's not painful like pins and needles, but it's quite disturbing!

    Could this be because of the alcohol? Will it go away? Is there anything I could do to speed the process up?

    Thanks for your help! I'm going on a massive booze detox now...:yes: :o:
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    I reckon it's more likely the result of trauma sustained whilst drunk than a direct result of the alcohol lol.
 
 
 
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