People can get a tingling feeling in their feet for a number of reasons, including sitting in one spot for too long or muscle tightness following a heavy workout. While some causes are more serious and should be diagnosed by your doctor, should you come down with a bit of tingling in your feet, there are a few steps you can try at home to remedy that feeling.
Sit with your feet straight out in front of you and slowly flex them curling your toes inward for five seconds then slowly stretching them outward. Repeat for three minutes to see if that doesn’t help with tingling.
Massage your feet with your hands working your fingers firmly into the arches and balls of the feet. This can increase blood flow to the feet, which can help to relieve tingling caused by poor circulation.
Stand up slowly and walk around to further increase circulation to the feet. Often a tingling will come right before your feet "go to sleep," which happens when circulation is cut off from the feet in cases such as sitting on your feet. If you can’t stand up and walk around due to tingling, call your doctor immediately.