Causes And Care For Hot Feet

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Causes And Care For Hot Feet

The term “Hot feet” refers to an occasional or chronic hot or burning feeling in the feet. This relatively common sensation often usually occurs at night and ranges from mild to severe.

Hot feet can also be accompanied by symptoms such as “pins and needles” (paresthesia), numbness, redness, and swelling.

Fast facts on hot feet:

  • Hot feet can arise from factors such as a person’s occupation or choice of footwear.
  • Athlete’s foot can cause hot, itchy, or burning feet.
  • Wearing shoes or socks made from synthetic materials can also lead to hot feet.
  • Often, treating the medical condition that causes the hot feet can relieve symptoms.

Possible Causes of Hot Feet:

  • Nutrient deficiencies
    Nerves require certain nutrients to function correctly. If the body cannot absorb nutrients, then the risk of nerve damage–and hot feet–increases. Deficiencies in folic acid, vitamin B6, and vitamin B-12 can contribute to neuropathy.
  • Diabetic neuropathy
    One of the most common causes of hot feet is diabetic neuropathy. This condition is caused by damage to the nerves and is a complication of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Along with burning sensations, symptoms include pain, tingling, and numbness in the arms, hands, legs, and feet.
  • Pregnancy
    Women who are pregnant may experience hot feet due to hormonal changes that increase body temperature. An increased load on the feet due to natural weight gain and an increase in total body fluid may also play a role in hot feet during pregnancy.
  • Menopause
    Menopause can cause hormonal changes that lead to increased body temperature and hot feet. Most women experience menopause between the ages of 45 and 55.
  • Lifestyle factors
    Poor footwear and standing or walking for long periods of time, especially in hot temperatures, can lead to hot or burning feet.
  • Fungal infection
    At any one time, it is estimated that 15 to 25 percent of people have athlete’s foot, a common fungal infection. Prompt treatment of this infection is important because it can spread to other areas of the body, as well as to other people.
  • Exposure to heavy metals
    Being exposed to heavy metals such as arsenic, lead, or mercury, can cause a burning sensation in the feet and hands. If levels of these substances build up in the body, they can reach toxic levels and begin to interfere with nerve function.
  • Chemotherapy
    Used to treat cancer, chemotherapy destroys rapidly-growing cells in the body. However, it can result in nerve damage and the associated symptoms of burning and tingling feet and hands.
  • Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT)
    In some people, this form of hereditary neuropathy can lead to hot or tingling feet. Affecting 1 in every 2,500 people in the United States, CMT is among the most commonly inherited neurological disorders.
  • Chronic kidney disease
    Also known as uremia, chronic kidney disease results from damage to the kidneys. The organs are no longer able to remove toxins from the body through the urine. Over time, toxic build-up can cause neuropathy.
  • Hypothyroidism
    Having low levels of the thyroid hormone — a condition known as hypothyroidism— can lead to tingling, numbness, or pain in the feet, legs, arms, or hands. These sensations occur because having consistently low body levels of thyroid hormones leads to nerve damage.
  • Alcohol abuse
    Another common cause of hot feet, excessive alcohol intake, can lead to nerve damage in the feet and other body parts, a condition known as alcoholic neuropathy.
  • Vasculitis
    This condition, characterized by inflammation of blood vessels, can cause pain and be tingling in the feet as blood cannot flow freely to the extremities. It can result in tissue damage.
  • Sarcoidosis
    In this inflammatory condition, small groups of inflammatory cells–called granulomas–grow on the body. If the nervous system is affected, the feet may burn or feel hot.

The treatment for hot feet varies and depends on the underlying cause of the symptoms. Treatments can include:

Addressing the underlying medical condition
When, for example, hot feet is caused by diabetic neuropathy, regulating blood sugar levels may bring relief.

Lifestyle changes
Wearing different shoes every other day may be a recommended lifestyle change to help treat hot feet.

If improper shoes, sweaty feet, or recurrent athlete’s foot are causing hot feet, the following changes may help:

  • Wear different shoes every other day to allow each pair to air out between wears.
  • Ensure shoes fit properly and have good airflow. Use Heat Moldable Customized Inserts
  • Change socks regularly, especially after working out. Look for socks that wick moisture away from the skin, or choose natural cotton socks.
  • Never wear damp socks or shoes.
  • In warm weather, wear sandals that allow the feet to breathe.
  • Wear flip-flops when using public pools and showers to reduce the risk of contracting athlete’s foot or another foot infection.
  • Use foot powder to absorb excess moisture from the feet.
  • Where possible, avoid prolonged periods of standing or walking.
  • Cool down hot feet after a long day, or before bed, by placing them in a basin of cool water.

When should I see a doctor?

People who are experiencing hot feet on an ongoing basis, or whose hot feet are severe or accompanied by other symptoms, should see a doctor to pinpoint the underlying cause.

Where nerve damage is the cause, urgent treatment is necessary to stop the progression of the neuropathy.

Seek emergency medical treatment if:

  • A hot or burning sensation in the feet comes on suddenly.
  • Hot feet, or any other symptoms, arising from exposure to toxins.
  • The burning sensation spreads up the legs.
  • There is a loss of feeling in the toes or feet.

Proper footwear is a very important element in eliminating this “hot foot” and we have the footwear and inserts for you.

We at  we offer up to 3 sets of Heat Moldable Customized Inserts to you when you purchase a pair of shoes from us and this is a $240.00 gift to you from us.

Let me break down each word ( Heat Moldable Customized Insert) for a better understanding:

Heat: means that they generate a 2 percent rise in the plantar of your foot (bottom) and this in turns helps create better circulation to your feet. legs, knees, lower back and beyond

Moldable:   means that our inserts will moldable ( 100 percent) to every part of the plantar of your feet ( bottom) and creates that perfect fit, support, balance, and comfort to your feet in a very short period of wearing time

Customized: means our inserts will fit you, in a short period of time. as a customized ( that means fitted for your individual foot) and will offload all needed support areas.

Why is so hot?  Well here is just a few  reasons (that we’ll mention in this article) and also why is growing so fast:

We carry sizes from 4A to 14E widths for Men and Women. Try to find all those sizes under one website! Yes, we do provide 9E 10E and 14E widths for Men and Women. Yes, we carry 4A (Slender eight styles) and 2A (Narrow 42 styles) for Ladies and B (Narrow 5 styles) for Men as well. So to repeat this (this is how vital these widths are to our site) that is available: Slender’s, Narrow’s to Extra Extra Extra Wide Widths ( 7E 9E 10E 14E) for Ladies. Narrow’s to Extra Extra Extra Wide (9E 10E 14E)Widths for Men.

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Most of our styles are perfect for diabetics as well, but you don’t have to be a diabetic to fall in love with our footwear and inserts. 80 percent of our customers are individuals that need that added support (because their current shoe is lacking support and comfort and is very disappointing to them). They need the feeling of maximum support/comfort and the additional sense of “walking on a pillow” all day long ( this pillow concept is from dealing with our unbelievable insert program) with their new footwear.

Again, receive 1 to 3 sets of Heat Moldable Customized Inserts (value up to $240) all for FREE – YES FREE!! Once you start wearing these inserts, you never go back to the conventional form of support. Most shoes and that is athletic, or comfort footwear provides poor supporting inserts.

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Ron Heinlein  | President/Founder | Cell # 909-215-1622
            Designer Therapeutic Footwear Co.
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