If home remedies for night-time foot pain aren’t stopping the throbbing or stinging, talk with your doctor about other remedies.
- Plantar fasciitis: Shoe inserts can help support the tissue in your feet.
- Morton’s neuroma: To help prevent pinched nerves by wearing shoes that don’t crunch your toes together.
- Pregnancy: You may need blood tests to see if your calcium levels are elevated or low. A supplement may be required if you need more calcium or other minerals.
- Diabetes: Proper management of blood sugar can help reduce foot pain.
- Fibromyalgia: There are no cures for this condition, but some medications can help reduce foot pain and swelling.
- Pinched nerves: Pinched nerves are often temporary.
Treatment and prevention can go a long way toward making sure you get the sleep you need by reducing or getting rid of foot pain at night.
Caring for your feet with properly fitted shoes, regular stretches, and overall healthy habits can go a long way toward preventing night-time foot pain.
See a Resonance Podiatrist.
Call us today to resolve your foot pain.
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