My Feet are Burning
"They are so hot, they keep me awake at night. I wash them in cool water, but they are still painfully hot. Why?"
The sensation of burning feet is more prevalent than you might think. People over 50 are more likely to complain of hot feet, but it can affect all age groups.
In order to treat your specific situation, it is best to diagnose the root cause of your hot feet.
What Causes My Feet to Burn?
Several possible conditions can cause your feet to feel like they are on fire:
- Athletes Foot (burning between the toes)
- Bee stings, insect bites, or even snake bites
- Gopalan's syndrome
- Allergic reaction to laundry detergents
- Type of Socks (wool socks are hotter)
- Arthritis (most often Rheumatoid Arthritis)
- Diabetic conditions
- Peripheral Neuropathy (nerve damage)
- CIDP (Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy). CIDP is a neurological disorder caused by damage to the myelin sheath of the peripheral nerves in your feet and toes
- Blood disorders
- Vitamin deficiency (B6, Thiamine , Niacin, B12)
- Heavy metal poisoning
- Trauma to your feet (including surgery)
- Thyroid problems
- Neuroma (pinched nerve)
Most of the conditions listed above are, or are related to, autoimmune diseases.
Can Prolotex™ FIR Socks help?
Yes! In many of the causes of burning feet there is poor circulation to your feet, so again, yes, Far Infrared Socks can help ease the burning sensation in your feet.
Prolotex™ Bio Ceramic Socks emit Far Infrared energy waves. These safe, natural waves increase the circulation in your feet and help to regulate the temperature.
FIR energy emitted from the socks stimulates the metabolic actions of the cells and tissues in your feet. Increased metabolism means better circulation so the temperature or your feet will be brought back to normal.
Depending on the severity of the condition you are experiencing, the amount of time you will need to wear Prolotex™ Socks may vary. Not to worry though! You cannot overdose on wearing Prolotex™ FIR Socks.
FREE Tips To Treat Burning Feet:
- Wash your feet regularly
- If possible, take a daily walk. The walking will promote circulation to your feet and help regulate foot temperature
- Check with your doctor. Burning feet can be an indication of a more serious medical condition
- Wear a different pair of shoes every other day, so that they have a chance to "dry out" between use
- Wear a fresh, clean pair of bio ceramic, antibacterial Prolotex™ Far Infrared Socks every day