Burning and hot feet

The sensation that your feet are painfully hot can be mild or severe. In some cases, your burning feet may be so painful that the pain interferes with your sleep.
Burning and hot feet   

Burning and hot feet may develop due to an injury or medical condition. Symptoms may be constant or come and go, vary in intensity and be accompanied by other sensations such as pins and needles or numbness or both. Burning feet may also be referred to as tingling feet or paresthesia. In most cases, burning foot pain is nothing major to worry about but there are a few situations where it may be a sign of a serious condition such as a TIA (transient ischaemic attack), stroke or blood clot. Burning pain in feet that develops suddenly should always be seen as a medical emergency to rule out these possible causes.

In most cases, a simple treatment plan, based on the severity and cause of the soreness, can be purchased over-the-counter. Here is a collection of some of the most common treatment options for sore feet:

  • RICE method (rest, ice, compression and elevation)
  • Over-the-counter medication to reduce pain
  • Massage
  • Stretching exercises (Plantar Fasciitis)
  • Water-type exercises such as swimming
  • Weight loss
  • Soaking feet in warm water
Foot care and treatment               

Foot care often gets forgotten or neglected. Yet it takes only few minutes of a daily routine. That's why we came up with a whole line of foot care products to treat and prevent callus and cracked heel or to simply moisturize and spoil your feet but also treat heel and foot pains - have baby soft feet all year round. Footner - your foot care specialist.

In most cases, foot problems can be eliminated with a little TLC during the times when you are not up and around. The most common cause of foot problems is overuse. If you have no choice but to be on your feet, you may benefit from shoes that offer more support, foot and ankle stability, and protection. Before purchasing shoes get advised by a specialist.

In most cases, a simple treatment plan, based on the severity and cause of the foot pain, can be purchased over-the-counter. Here is a collection of some of the most common treatment options for foot pain:

  • RICE method (rest, ice, compression and elevation)
  • Over-the-counter medication to reduce pain
  • Massage
  • Stretching exercises (Plantar Fasciitis)
  • Water-type exercises such as swimming
  • Weight loss
  • Soaking feet in warm water

 

You can often treat the symptoms with easy foot care, and simple pain treatments.