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What is the cure for burning feet at night?

+3 votes
asked in Other Health by anonymous

1 Answer

+1 vote
Burning feet is mostly due to peripheral neuropathy. One of the most common causes of peripheral neuropathy is diabetes others include AIDS, alcohol abuse, Vitamin B-12 deficiency and circulatory disorders.

Here are few tips which help to reduce burning feet:
- Exercise such as walking is good for peripheral neuropathy as it improves circulation to the feet.
- Massage the feet which also improve and increases circulation.
- Soak your feet in cool water. Do not use ice.
- Try changes in your shoes, socks, and insoles. Use socks made of Cool-Max and other artificial fibers that wick sweat away from the feet and cool them down.
answered by mj (4,380 points)


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