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BlackBonnet

363d

Does anyone have any tips for dealing with feet burning at night? I use a cooling spray on them when I go to bed but the effects don't last for long.

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    • BreeH

      334d

      If it's nerve pain, try Benfotiamine a supplement that supports your nerve tissue.

    • BreeH

      334d

      If it's nerve pain, try Benfotiamine a supplement that supports your nerve tissue.

    • RMSjohns

      350d

      I use Voltarin an over the counter pain gel. It helps the severe hot pain in my left leg. And my rib inflammation. A little goes a long way.

      • Luke1042

        350d

        @RMSjohns yes I use the same for my back and hip pain too. I’m not sure if I’ve tried it for the tingling/prickling sensation but since I got on Gabapentin I rarely have it anymore. I take one when I get up and one at bedtime 300mgs each. I’m prescribed to take three a day and rarely do. I don’t usually need it half way through the day. I take two Tramadol when I get up and two in the early evening and if the pain is. Wry bad I’ll take a gabapentin too. I use the generic of Voltaren thru prescription called Diclofenac Gel. That way I only pay like a dollar or something for it. As well as the Gabapentin works, I’ve also read it can cause or contribute to getting Alzheimer’s so I’d like to get off it. Flexeril too. So if I do I’ll use the Diclofenac and try the Arnica and maybe BioFreeze.

    • faerywyrm

      363d

      I use arnica gel to help with the ache in my feet at night. It might help the burning sensation. It's a good topical for muscle/nerve minor agitation.

    • Stormshield

      363d

      Is it epidermal or muscular or nerve related? If it's nerve, proper alignment will help. If it's muscular, a relaxer will help. If it's epidermal, that could be nerve related too, or maybe you should try different socks/sheets/detergent? I don't have that symptom, but my feet are sensitive at night. I feel like I should have bedsores. But I don't.

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One suggestion is to try using ice packs or slippers with ice packs from Amazon, wearing socks to protect the skin. Another option is to use numbing lidocaine cream for temporary relief. Some people also find relief by soaking their feet in cold water with Epsom salt.

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