In Medical Jargon it is called Paresthesias . Mostly it occurs in peripheral areas of body like hands or legs.Peripheral disturbances are the most common cause of paresthesias. "Falling asleep" occurs when the blood supply to a nerve is cut off---a condition called ischemia. Ischemia usually occurs when an artery is compressed as it passes through a tightly flexed joint. Sleeping with the arms above the head or sitting with the legs tightly crossed frequently cause numbness and tingling. Hope this helps
This is usually caused by a pinched nerve. See your doctor.
A clock or a watch. They both have faces and hands, but no legs.
women are not allowed to cover their face, feet, & hands (hands not arms) in hajj or salah.
A watch or a clock.
a wall clock
A clock (or watch)
A really badly drawn stick figure.