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Tingling sensations are often from nerve or circulatory problems. There is no way to tell without an examination and some testing. However, tingling in both arms and legs isn't likely to be from compressed spinal nerves.
Muscle spasms can be from overwork of certain muscle groups. Rest, ice and perhaps prescription medication are often the solution.
If you haven't seen a medical provider about these symptoms, you need to. Over the counter pain relievers can help with the discomfort of the muscle spasms, although they can't do anything about the spasming itself.
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Tingling in the arms and hands can be associated with a compressed nerve in the cervical region (the neck). However, the odds of someone have compressed nerves in both the neck and the lower spine are slim, particularly in someone under 65-70.
Tiredness can be from anything from anemia to vitamin or mineral deficiencies to sleep apnea to anxiety/depression.
Odds are that it is nothing serious.
No, there aren't over-the counter medications for a compressed nerve. One would need to see a neurologist or orthopedist for xrays to see if the nerve is compressed. Treatment would likely start with physical therapy.