Numb or Tingling Tongue 

11 Reasons Why It Happens

A numb or tingling tongue, though not always perceived, plays an important role in well-being and overall quality of life.

The sensation of tingling or numbness in the tongue is not a disease in itself. It is the consequence of another health condition.


Oral Allergy

In some cases, an oral allergy syndrome occurs when a person sensitive to pollen consumes nuts, fruits, or raw vegetables.

Hypoglycemia occurs as a result of a low blood sugar (glucose) level and can cause a tingling or numb sensation on the tongue, face, or mouth.

The candida fungus is present in the mouth, throat, and digestive tract. If the fungus grows excessively

Candidiasis Oral

If any symptoms occur after starting treatment with medication, it is pertinent to consult the situation with the health professional who accompanies the procedure.