Lately, I've been finding spots on my body (hands) that are akin to a funny bone or (the knee/patella equivalent) , i.e. an exposed nerve. When I inadvertantly touch or tap them, they tingle or zap, just like a tiny shock. I'm so sure these are nerves I'm just going to assume there are nerves in these places. Two spots of note are indicated in the attached diagram: - the palm of my hand, right at the base, between the ... uh .. cleavage of my ... hand-buttocks :tongue2: - right behind the radial "bump" on the inside of my arm, below the thumb I've been steadily losing weight via regular gym visits. (I've lost weight before but this is the first time I've combined it with muscle-toning.) So, I guess the hypothesis I'm forming is that weight-loss and muscle-toning is burning fat from my body, exposing nerves that have heretofore been blanketed in fatty tissue. Anyone experienced this or heard of this?