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Old 25th October 2008, 10:12 PM
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My feet become burning hot at night and I can't sleep until they cool down. This means I'm losing out on hours of valuable sleep. I've tried lying there with a fan blowing on them, spraying them with cold water, draping them with a wet towel and the fan blowing on them, walking on cold tiles or the hardwood floor, or elevating them. Still they will not cool down for about 3 hours or so. I'm so tired, I can't start getting up too much or my adrenaline will start going and there's no way I will sleep at all. I'm in my late 30's, I rarely if ever wear high heels, I mainly wear runners. My feet are not painful---just very burning hot and uncomfortable.
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Old 26th October 2008, 02:56 AM
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Although it really would be beyond any reasonable expectation that one could offer you a diagnosis and subsequent treatment recommendations without far more knowledge of and examination of your condition, the first place to start would likely be to determine whether the feet are actually hot or if you simply perceive them to be so. If it is perception rather than physical reality, one would have to consider a neurologic disorder, and the fact that it happens at night might be an indication that body position might be a factor. If they are actually hot, then that might indicate a circulation mediated disorder. But none of that will be settled here. I would recommend that you first see an internist to direct you to the correct specialty.
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Old 26th October 2008, 01:34 PM
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I have found some insoles to leave my feet feeling hot even in mesh shoes - buy a new insole or swap them from another pair of shoes to see if it is the culprit. In my case i have used Liquid massaging Gel insoles.

Here are some of my tips. Try them and see if they cool your burning feet.

* After walking, immediately change out of your shoes and socks, allowing the shoes to dry.
* Soak your feet in cool water - do not use ice.
* Pain relievers such as aspirin or acetaminophen
* Try changes in your shoes, socks, and insoles
* Rotate your shoes and socks, both between walking sessions and during the day.
* See your doctor for a checkup and mention the problem as well as any tingling, numbness, etc. in hands or other areas.
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Old 26th October 2008, 02:10 PM
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ATTENTION margeret85:

This may or may not apply to the original questioner, but if small doses of aspirin dramatically help YOUR burning sensations, consider the possible diagnosis of erythermalgia and see your doctor.
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Old 14th December 2008, 01:51 AM
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I have intense stinging and burning in one of my heels, it is very painful and stops me in my tracks. It happens anytime of the day or night and has a duration of about 20 to 30 seconds and then goes away until the next time. The frequency of the stinging is increasing through out the day and night. I haven't had any injuries and do not have any known medical conditions except Raynaulds in my fingers. Please help!!!
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Old 14th December 2008, 03:05 PM
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I have intense stinging and burning in one of my heels, it is very painful and stops me in my tracks. It happens anytime of the day or night and has a duration of about 20 to 30 seconds and then goes away until the next time. The frequency of the stinging is increasing through out the day and night. I haven't had any injuries and do not have any known medical conditions except Raynaulds in my fingers. Please help!!!
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Burning which repeatedly presents for only 20 or 30 seconds in a well-delineated area would be at least suggestive of a transient pressure on a sensory nerve which serves the area. But there are many potential causes of burning sensations in the feet, which range from physical nerve involvement, to circulatory disorders, to metabolic conditions, to certain vitamin deficiencies, to other diseases and conditions, and these vary so greatly so as to often require a tedious medical investigation far beyond the scope of a forum such as this. If an initial visit to a good podiatrist does not produce reasonable answers, I would recommend that you see a good internist who might then direct you to the particular specialty which seems most appropriate.
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Old 30th May 2011, 11:35 PM
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Here is a list of what I've been doing to improve my hot feet and lately hot hands as well, garnered both from the internet and talking to others with the same symptoms. which I have had for years. This dreadful problem has caused me such misery !! I only get the symptoms at night except when I drink too much alcohol trying to get to sleep (which I have stopped doing and would not recommend !!)

My doctor says this is not a 'medical problem' by the way, and is not interested. If he had it I'm sure he would change his mind !!!!!!! I was tested for diabetes which was negative.
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1. Cut back massively on sugar/sweet items. Eat less fruit and carbohydrates especially if your tongue is white, which indicates systemic yeast problems. This includes NO alcohol in my case, as it makes my feet much worse.

2. Take sulfur tablets (available from health food stores) and B complex vitamins.

3. Cut back on wheat and avoid as many additives and chemicals as possible, including plastics, non stick pans etc. Watch for allergic reactions to food including a cough, arthritic pains which occur shortly after eating, many other reactions (google for a list) ! My feet get worse with spicy foods such as curry, chili etc. at night, although I seem to be okay if I eat them for lunch.

4. Do not drink chlorinated or ammonia treated water if possible, although I use it for cooking. Do drink lots of water. Eat dinner before 6 p.m. if possible and shortly afterwards drink at least one glass of water (two is better). Take one Vitamin C at this time.

5. Just before going to bed wash your feet in warm water, dry and apply lotion (chemical free). I've read that toxins exit your feet at night and washing them seems to help. Fill a large plastic dish with about 2 inches of water and leave it in the bathroom ready for later.

6. Do not get into bed with cold feet. This is always a disaster ! As you get into bed pull back the covers from your feet area. I find it best to use layered cotton blankets unless it's extremely cold.

7. As soon as your feet wake you, stand in the bowl of water for about a minute. Get back into bed with damp feet.

8. Wear leather shoes, or cotton socks with tennis shoes.

9. Do not use alcohol to sleep. Better to get sleeping pills from your doctor. Although they can be addicting and have side effects, they are better than alcohol and if you are like me, you can 'get over' the addiction once your feet improve. Since I only have insomnia because of my feet, I usually cut the pills in half. I don't know what part of the brain they affect, but even half a pill gets rid of the hot burning feeling.
Good luck !!!!!!
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Old 13th November 2011, 08:53 PM
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I have also suffered from the loss of sleep due to burning feet in the middle of the night. As a female in my late 20s I too had not found a way to physically cool them down; however, I found drinking plenty of water to prevent the burning from happening. I realized this on the day I had to go in for an ultrasound (to check IUD placement-not for medical concern). On this day I drank approx 2.8 L-not a lot but more than I had been drinking per day at the time. I slept so well-no hot feet! Not on any night where I'd had plenty of water during the day (not too close to bed time).
Also, taking Calcium Magnesium in a liquid form in the afternoon &/ before bed to help with waking in the wee hours as well as help with a deeper more restful sleep.
I hope this helps and that you will give it a try, I know it seems simple but I believe sometimes our bodies send small hints for what it needs which only get bigger until we're inconvenienced or aware enough to listen.
(If the burning continues...I did also find that if you squeeze your feet with your hands a few times the burning releases)
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Hi there, My name is Jenna. I am currently 21 years old and i have been experiencing the same thing ( on and off for many years).. No its not f figment of my imagination... My parner can feel how hot they get at night as i generally rest my feet upon his as they are much cooler than mine. I have to get out of bed at least 3 or 4 times to stand in a SUPER COLD shower and wet from my waist down and go to bed wet.. this is when i get sligght relief .. however sometimes it gets worse from doing then.. I then go to sleep when i so worn out i cant stand it any longer. (this does take quiet awhile sometimes) PLEASE HELP ME!!!
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Old 13th February 2012, 01:00 AM
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Hi there, My name is Jenna. I am currently 21 years old and i have been experiencing the same thing ( on and off for many years).. No its not f figment of my imagination... My parner can feel how hot they get at night as i generally rest my feet upon his as they are much cooler than mine. I have to get out of bed at least 3 or 4 times to stand in a SUPER COLD shower and wet from my waist down and go to bed wet.. this is when i get sligght relief .. however sometimes it gets worse from doing then.. I then go to sleep when i so worn out i cant stand it any longer. (this does take quiet awhile sometimes) PLEASE HELP ME!!!
Do you have flat feet and did this burning sensation come after much pain in the archs in the feet..
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Old 28th February 2012, 04:28 PM
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It has been suggested "hot feet" may be related to restless leg syndrome. Worth checking. My dermatologist recently suggested erythromelalgia as a diagnosis. Worth looking in to. Can be a VERY frustrating and uncomfortable condition. I totally relate.
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Old 28th February 2012, 07:34 PM
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You might want to try" Neuragen PN". You can read about it at www.neuragen.com
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Old 22nd May 2012, 08:50 PM
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I'm in my early 20's and have had this problem for many years and it has gotten worse as I get older. I was having to get up every night to soak my feet in ice cold water and was losing a lot of sleep. My feet turn blood red and you can feel the heat coming off of them. I finally went to the foot doctor and they diagnosed it as burning foot syndrom which is basically where you have too much blood flow through your feet. The foot doctor prescibed me a compounded cream to put on them at night. It is amazing how much it has helped my feet and I would definitely recommend it to anyone having this problem. It is not really a cooling cream but seems like it calms the nerves which makes your feet cool off. I do notice however that when I have been on my feet for long periods of time or have been drinking alcohol, the hotness in my feet gets worse. Hope I have helped.
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Old 22nd May 2012, 08:53 PM
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What is the name of the cream. Just read it off of the label.
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So glad to see that there are others out there with this problem. I do wrap my feet in a cool washcloth and/or stand in ice cold water before bed. It seems to worsen in the summer but I'm not sure why.
I wonder if anyone else had frozen feet/frostbite when they were young? Just wondering if there is a correlation between the two?
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Old 14th June 2012, 01:31 AM
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Following on from what the lady Sknuettel was saying. I think she is right about it being something to do with dehydration. I am a man in my 20's and get hot, dry feet and sometimes hands wakening me at night, relieved by moistening them with water. I find it much worse after drinking caffeine (copious amounts of tea), or having sugary foods at night. These both have diuretic effects, making you dehydrated. I have found avoiding tea after about 7 o'clock helps and drinking lots of water earlier on in the day helps. It can be hard to make yourself do sometimes but I think it helps.
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Not a cure, but at night in bed I find resting my poor old burning feet on a couple of rubber 'hot water bottles' filled with really cold water a relief.
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What is th name of the cream.
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Old 31st July 2012, 11:15 PM
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I have suffered with this for as long as I can remember... As a small child I used to call it claustrophobic feet and thought I was mad. Now I know others suffer too. I have none of the conditions that apparently cause this problem

I have recently started putting a pair of socks under cold water and wearing them... it really helps. It isn't very attractive but it does help me sleep.
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Old 1st August 2012, 07:35 AM
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I find these ways helpful in preventing the burning foot problem.

1. hot socks
2. Athlete's Foot
3. Peripheral Neuropathy
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Old 16th August 2012, 11:11 PM
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Like Sknuettel, I have also been diagnosed with burning feet syndrome (Grierson-Gopalan syndrome). The best treatment I have found is to soak my feet in cold (not freezing) water, making sure that my feet are completely submerged. I then smother them in Neem cream (although Body Shop's Body Butter is a good alternative) before going to sleep. This is the only thing I've found helps. However, the hotter the weather the worse my feet get and then very little eases the discomfort. This is probably why I like snow so much.
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Old 19th August 2012, 05:56 PM
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I can't see from the various comments that Diabetes has been mentioned as a possible cause. I know the original question was how to cool the feet ( & I've found putting a cold wet towel on them is the best way) but if the person has diabetes then it will only get worse. I have type 2 diabetes. I've found "DiabetAid" made by INSIGHT Pharaceuticals Corp (From Langhorne PA) - tel 1-800-344-7239 to be good. It's a Pain & Tingling relief lotion for diabetics. Also Vaseline Feet & Legs stimulating lotion (made by Unilever) is good as it contains menthol & eucalyptus. Any lotion that contains menthol should help.
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Old 19th August 2012, 05:58 PM
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I can't see from the various comments that Diabetes has been mentioned as a possible cause. I know the original question was how to cool the feet ( & I've found putting a cold wet towel on them is the best way) but if the person has diabetes then it will only get worse. I have type 2 diabetes. I've found "DiabetAid" made by INSIGHT Pharaceuticals Corp (From Langhorne PA) - tel 1-800-344-7239 to be good. It's a Pain & Tingling relief lotion for diabetics. Also Vaseline Feet & Legs stimulating lotion (made by Unilever) is good as it contains menthol & eucalyptus . Any lotion that contains menthol should help.
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I suffered with burning feet that started with tingling then all of a sudden miserable, unresolvable burning...most often a night but also random times during the day.
After endless research and reading almost everything possible on the web....I can
finally say, in my case (AND I"M SURE IN MANY OTHERS) this is related to "micro-organisms" that overtake your system when your immune system is compromised (stress, flu, lack of vits etc.), and what better place then moving on down to your feet where circulation and lack of oxygen can provide optimum comfort.

The way I tested this...is by soaking my feet in 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide. The weird thing is, after I soaked them...the pain would leave and I could feel it move up my legs...Which helped me put "two & two" together.

I went extreme and went through many natural detox options...but all in all, the ONE that
WORKED was natural herbs that are proven to eradicate yeast, bacteria etc...YUP! I used them all...I was soooo tired of researching...

Licorice Root, Thyme Extract, Garlic cloves & Garlic tabs, Oil of Oregano, Turmeric, Olive Leaf Extract, steamed beets...

You can either use the above mentioned; even if your a really healthy eater and have cleansed you will still go through detox symptoms...You may want to Google the "Heximer Reaction" to better understand this process. The key is drink lots of water during this process and don't take herbs at night for the first few days "while your not drinking water."

Or talk to your Dr. about antibiotics and gamble kicking it in the --- conventional style...
However, from what I've read...this seems a messy process on a whole.

HAPPY HEALING!!!
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I have had a very similar experience over the last 6 to 8 months with burning and severe pain in only one foot. It was very sweaty and red also.
It was diagnosed as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, CRIPS.

Good luck to all and take care

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I am having the same problem right now. I am scheduled to see a neurologist on the 24t of Jan.
The burning is so intense right now I am thinking of going tp the hospital. What I have learned about the constant burning and tingling in your hands and feet is it is your body telling you that something is wrong. It can be a sign that you are threatening a stroke,liver damage,ms,kidney failure etc. If you need to,you tell the doctors what test you will like them to runif they cant figure out what the problem is. WHatever you do dont ignore the signs. Its normally one of the first signs letting you know something is wrong. If you ignore it the problem can become worst and untreatable.
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Thanks to all who have posted on burning feet. I have had it for months and I remember having it some years ago too. I also have restless legs long term. In the last few weeks my hands (palms) and cheeks have also started to burn. I will try to get a diagnosis but my GP just looked nonplussed when I mentioned it recently and said see how it goes. I am menoapusal having come off HRT recently after many years. I also have possible nerve damage from a 'slipped disc' and sciatica a few years ago. I dream about packets of frozen peas but of course mostly I don't sleep! I have found that if I use a cold 'hot water' bottle or two every night it really helps if I put it under my thighs - this seems to draw away the heat from my feet which are the main problem.
Am about to try B vitamins and cutting alcohol. I also have pain in my feet at times and fallen arches used to be a problem. I think my kidneys may be on the blink. Anyway it's good to know am not alone here...J
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i have terrible burning feet when i lay down at night. i found taking an iron supplement helped. I dont eat much meat and my dr said i was anemic. definately helped out my burning feet. didnt cure but lessened it a lot. worth a try . you can get iron supplement at your grocery store and it is only a couple of dollars
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Burning feet and heel pain really troubles lot to many.. Few of the things you can do is to give your foot some massage, don't wear faulty shoes, roll your leg on a ball or frozen water bottle,
Consuming foods that are rich in vitamin B (like whole grains, nutritional yeast and brown rice
Elevate your foot above chest and take rest. try and lay on the floor or the couch with your feet raised. Contact Foot specialists for better advice.
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I had been suffering with burning feet for over 1 year ,I tried all remedies but nothing seemed to work,I went to see my GP and I was prescribed a cream called Capsaicin 0.075%(Axsain) this cream works wonders ,I apply at night before I sleep ,and now am having goodnight sleep.Please speak to your Doctor if ok he could prescribe this treatment for you .Goodluck
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