5Numbness or Decreased Sensation:
If you suffer from a pinched nerve, you are likely to experience numbness in a particular part of your body. Sometimes, you could even notice a decreased sensation in that area. This can be traced back to the applied pressure that prevents blood from flowing to the nerve.
In this event, the nerve cells do not receive enough oxygen, which impairs their normal function.
More often than not, this feeling is temporary, as the pinched nerve loosens up on its own in a matter of days. But if these symptoms persist, you might want to consult a doctor to determine the root cause of this problem.
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