Pinching of the skin and mucous membranes combines the sensations of a slight burning sensation and tingling. This reaction may appear in response to exposure to sunlight, mechanical, thermal, chemical irritants, allergens, infection by fungi and parasites. To find out the causes of tingling, a dermatological examination (luminescent diagnostics, skin scrapings), a dental examination, allergy and allergy tests, and hematological examinations are carried out. Treatment is usually carried out locally with the help of hormonal, antihistamine, antimycotic drugs, baths and lotions.
The sensation of tingling, as a rule, is expressed moderately, disturbs for a short time, immediately after the action of the stimulus. Often weakens or disappears after stroking, cooling the skin area with water or air. However, in some cases, tingling may be replaced by persistent itching or burning of the skin. Often, tingling is accompanied by reddening of the skin and mucous membranes, the appearance of rashes, and swelling.
Pinching of the skin occurs in response to mechanical damage, contact with infectious and non-infectious antigens. Factors that cause the phenomenon of tingling:
In case of long-term or recurrent tingling of the skin, it is necessary to consult a dermatologist or allergist, undergo the necessary examination and treatment of the identified pathology using topical steroids, antifungal, antibacterial, antihistamines.
As a physiological phenomenon, it is provoked by the use of too hot drinks, soda, alcohol, seasonings, hot spices, pickled foods. May occur during dental treatment due to the use of pastes and solutions, as a side effect of taking certain drugs. As a pathological symptom, tingling of the tongue develops under the following conditions:
Patients who are concerned about tingling of the tongue should visit a dentist, if necessary, an endocrinologist, gastroenterologist, psychotherapist. In case of dental diseases, mouth baths, drug treatment, oral cavity sanitation are prescribed. In deficient conditions, replacement therapy is necessary. Psychogenic disorders require psychotherapy sessions.