Depending on what you were just doing, there's a lot of things that could cause numbness in the leg. A real common cause of that sensation is if you had just shaved your legs, or if you were sitting in an awkward position.
You legs go numb, when your blood is either, not reaching your numbed part of the body, or your blood circulation has been cut of for at least 30 seconds.
It might be because there is poor circulation in your leg. That is the number one cause, but I would ask your doctor for the offical answer.
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There is no blood flow in that area.
If you are finding that your legs get so numb that you are unable to stand, you should see a doctor. It is normal to get numb legs from sitting for long periods of time but you should be able to stand up.
blood rushes to your legs and you lose circulation of blood throughout the body
See your doctor.
you cut off the blood supply to your legs- position the drum just a bit differently!
It would affect the victim's breathing is the correct answer IS NOT feet would go numb.
The get numb That causes u not to move them
Usually if you sit on them or you have them in unusaul positions for too long, you may get pins & needles and that causes your legs to go numb!
Your thumbs go numb because blood is having trouble circulating to your extremities.
There are a variety of reasons why someone's legs may feel numb. It may be due to decrease in blood flow to the legs, nerve damage, restless legs, diabetes, etc. The best idea is to go see your primary care provider and have it checked out.
stand maybe, but balance is based on sensory feedback