Re: Hot feet hurt and burn at night preventing sleep
I have the same problem but this doesn't happen every night. It usually happens more in the summer as it's very, very cold in the house in the winter and very warm in the summer. I've found that running cool water over my feet or sticking them in a bucket of cool water will make the burning go away for several hours. Although, since I don't know why my feet get hot, I don't know if sticking them in cool water is entirely safe.
My doctor said it could be Raynaud's syndrome or some sort of nerve problem and referred me to a neurologist. Unfortunately, my insurance got cancelled before I got to go to the neurologist. I'm also wondering if it could be the beginning stages of Restless Legs syndrome. My grandma has that and every disease she gets, I eventually get too. Very strange.
I would like to hear if anyone else has this problem.