Heat in your feet

Feeling of heat in the soles of the feet in the evening

Often, uncomfortable shoes are the main cause of burning in the feet in the evenings. If the boots or shoes are too tight, they exert pressure on the foot during the day, disrupting the blood flow and causing subsequently uncomfortable sensations.

Burning in the feet during pregnancy

In pregnant women, complaints about the feeling of heat in the feet usually occur in the third trimester of gestation. The cause of this discomfort during pregnancy is usually gestosis (late toxicosis). This disease provokes an increase in pressure and the appearance of edema in the muscle tissues. In addition, weight gain exerts a heavy load on the lower limbs, and therefore the inflow of blood to the feet is disturbed.

At what pathologies can there be a burning sensation in the feet?

Systematic sensation of fever in the legs may indicate the presence of pathology in the body. This symptomatology is typical for the following diseases:

  • obliterating endarteritis;
  • thrombophlebitis;
  • allergy;
  • diabetes;
  • fungal foot diseases;
  • flat feet;
  • peripheral neuropathy;
  • atherosclerosis of blood vessels;
  • gout;
  • varicosity;
  • vegetovascular dystonia
  • stress, nervous overstrain, stay in a hot room and other factors that have a negative effect on the vegetative system, can also provoke narrowing or widening of the vessels of the legs and, as a result, cause outflow or a rush of blood.

What measures can be taken against burning in the feet?

If there is discomfort in the feet, it is unacceptable to soar your feet and take hot baths. It is best in this situation, suitable contrast shower and foot bath with alternating warm and cool water every 2 minutes. Baths can be prepared on herbal infusions of mint, chamomile, lime blossom, marigold and wormwood: for one liter of boiling water, put two tablespoons of raw materials. The optimal duration of the procedure is 15 minutes; Start and stop taking foot baths with immersion of limbs in cool water. After the foot skin dries, you can lubricate your feet with a cream containing mint.

Well remove the “fire” in the feet of compresses made of blue clay. Spread the feet with liquid clay and wrap them with a food film or a plastic bag. Hold the compress for two hours, after which wash your feet with warm water.

Proper nutrition, excluding salty, fatty and spicy food, sweet soda water and alcoholic beverages, will help to eliminate burning sensation in the feet and prevent its subsequent occurrence.
Remember: all of the above methods of getting rid of heat in the feet are aimed solely at removing unpleasant symptoms, but not for treating the disease. Only a timely visit to the doctor will allow you to identify a possible pathology at an early stage, immediately begin to treat the disease and thereby avoid the development of its complications.