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Relieving Hot Feet And Sweaty Feet Caused By Neuroma

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When someone experiences hot feet and sweaty feet, theres definitely something wrong. Any sensation of fire, burning, coldness, tingling or the feeling of ants crawling on any part of the body is a characteristic of one major problem. Do you know what that problem is? These sensations, especially hot feet, are a characteristic associated with a nerve that is firing rapidly, letting your body know that theres pressure on that nerve. In the body, there are two types of nerves: sensory nerves, or nerves that allow you to feel and sense your environment, and motor nerves, or nerves that allow...

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The Best Shoe Insoles and Treatment of Morton's Neuroma

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I took a phone call from a runner the other day who described a shooting pain right behind his third and fourth toes after running a good 10+ miles. Not being a doctor, I advised him to seek proper medical advice; however, the foot pain condition sounded like Morton's neuroma. Along with assessing his shoes, he chose a great orthotic arch support insert for men -the Superfeet Orange Premium Insoles. Morton's neuroma can cause cramping , numbness, and/or tingling in the forefoot. The forefoot is the pad right behind the toes, sometimes referred to as the 'ball of foot.' This...

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What is Morton's Neuroma?

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Mortons Neuroma (also known as Morton's Metatarsalgia or Morton's disease) is a condition that occurs in the footmost often between the 3rd and 4th toeswhere the tissue thickens around the nerves leading to the toes. Frequent or constant pressure to this area of the foot will cause the formation of a benign tumor or what appears to be a hard ball under the skin. Don't let the word tumor scare you. Although neuroma medically means "tumor," in this case it's more like a fibrous tissue formation rather than what is commonly known as a cancerous or malignant tumor. Common symptoms...

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Morton's Neuroma

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Morton's Neuroma occurs in a nerve in the foot, often between the third and fourth toes. The condition involves a thickening of the tissue around one of the nerves leading to the toes. A neuroma is caused by repeated friction and pressure on the nerve, which in turn causes the nerve to scar and become thicker. The result is numbness, tingling, or burning between the toes. Pain or burning also may shoot backwards up the foot into the leg. Mortons Neuroma may also occur in response to irritation, injury, pressure or for unknown reasons. As the day goes on, sufferers...

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