Feet that constantly burn are a miserable problem and have a significant effect on the quality of life. This is mainly due to the unrelenting symptoms that are hard to find relief from. You see many people asking on forums for advice on this out of desperation. Most cases of burning feet are due to some medial problem such as the peripheral neuropathy that occurs in diabetes or from other metabolic disorders, dietary deficiency problems or other types of nerve damage. Every case of burning feet need to be investigated to determine the cause, as the treatment needs to be directed at what is actually causing it. Unfortunately, often the cause is not treatable and the condition progresses. This means that most of the time the treatment is purely symptomatic with drugs or topical medications. There is plenty of practical advice on how to manage the pain that is a result of the underlying problem.
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