What I can do to stop burning sensation on my both foots at night?
For immediate relief of the symptoms you can attempt to massage your feet or elevate them however if it is not a case of your feet "going to sleep" you really do need to see a doctor to find the cause. Avoid addressing only the symptoms of something without finding the cause with your doctor. There are just SO many different things this could be, anything from neuropathy, kidney disease, to something as simple as athlete's foot.
Are you sleeping in an odd position or is your comforter so heavy that it pushes down on your feet pushing them into odd positions? Have you been to the doctor and been tested for , thyroid problems or neuropathy? Are you getting enough fluids and exercise? I would try to make sure that I'm getting enough exercise and fluids and see a doctor about this right away if I were you.
Thanks soo much. Yes i been to doctor several time about..got everything tasted and they found nothing..they told me this is could be the hormonal reason. I am not pregnant. I am just mid 30s. I dont if i got the neuropathy done. i have to check that
If you've been to the same doctor you may need to see a different one to get a 2nd or 3rd opinion from other doctors. A burning sensation in the feet at night is not usually idiopathic.
Are you seeing a podiatrist ? They look at things completely different. Soaking your feet in epsom salts is recommended, lotion and white socks, if there are very dry skin which can itch.Buy shoes with leather insoles, not plastic, it burns feet.
Penny G. Thank you for your suggestion. I went to family care doc. i think i should go to podiatrist. and I am planning to do so. and yes most of the shoes are leathers.
Don't wear flip flops. They create friction. Be careful what kinds of shoes you wear. If the foot is not balanced in the shoes, they will put pressure in different areas of your feet. Also check the front floor boards of your car, especially the drivers side. If they are hot, your feet will feel the heat. That means the transmission fluid needs to be changed because it is overheating, causing the floor boards and your feet to become hot.
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