Tongue symptoms - Tingly tongue, stretched tongue, numb tongue,
frozen tongue, itchy tongue, crawly tongue, burning tongue, twitching
tongue, tongue soreness, jumpy tongue, aching tongue, or swollen
tongue (when it isn’t).
Your tongue may feel unusually tingly, “stretched,” numb,
frozen, sore, itchy, “crawly,” burning, twitching, “jumpy,” aching,
or swollen tongue (when it isn’t).
This symptom (one or many) may come and go briefly, or may persist
indefinitely. It may also be the same type of sensation over
and over again, or it may change from one sensation to another.
It can come and go for no apparent reason, as well as persist
for no apparent reason or cause.
It doesn’t appear to be related to the foods you eat or
the activity you undertake.
NOTE: There are direct physiological and
psychological reasons why anxiety symptoms occur. The members
area contains detailed information about common anxiety symptoms
including what they are, why they occur, and what you can do
to eliminate them. It includes the anxiety symptoms associated
with the tongue.