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Tingling of the brain

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Occassionaly, but not very often, either the left or right side of my head (my shoulder and arm might also be slightly affected) will get kind of a tingly or numb feeling for a few seconds. It doesn''t hurt, it just feels weird. It seems to happen randomly as far as I can see. I looked up symptoms for brain cancer and tumors, but none of them fit me. Does this happen to others? Anyone have an idea of what it could be?

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I agree with capn_midnight that it''s nothing to worry about. I find it highly unlikely that a serious brain malady would manifest itself as a tingling sensation in the general area of your brain. Nevertheless, you should take note of any other irregularities in the event that the problem persists or even worsens.

Maybe try a less potent blend of crack?

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um, my friend, your brain tingling is perfectly normal.
i actually thoroughly enjoy that tingling feeling.

there are two ways to initiate such wonderful feelings in your brain.

1) have somebody do something for you; such as tying your shoes, doing your homework for you in front of you, or brushing your hair for you, massaging you...etc.

2) the second way is a little deeper than that...requires a bit o mental exercise....

mental exercise: in the middle of your brain there is a small lobe. this lobe, when stimulated, gives you that tingling feeling. to stimulate it, simply imagine a switch in the very center of your brain...and simply flip that switch forward! if you flipped that switch - you''ve just clicked your amyglia (the lobe).

Enjoy!

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