What causes burning sensation in palms and soles of feet?
no, high potassium level does not lead to burning feet
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No, high potassium level does not lead to burning feet. The damaged nerve fiber becomes overactive and leads to burning sensation.
Pantothenic acid deficiency, alcohol abuse, hypothyroidism and diabetes are common causes of burning.
Chronic kidney disease leads to electrolyte abnormalities such as hyperkalemia, metabolic acidosis, or hypocalcemia. This will lead to nausea, weakness, numbness, weakness, palpitation, breathing problem etc. As such, high potassium levels will not cause burning feet.
In a smoker or diabetic, peripheral vascular disease also leads to burning.
I would suggest you to take multivitamin tablet daily which contains maximum calcium pantothenate, Which will help in subsiding these symptoms, if it is due to deficiency of this.
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