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What causes Grierson Gopalan syndrome?

Asked 2 years ago

What causes the bottom of your feet to feel like they are on fire? Could it be a vitamin deficiency?

Wesley Chambers

Thursday, December 16, 2021

Grierson Gopalan Syndrom: It can be caused by a variety of illnesses, back injuries, or the gradual breakdown (degenerative changes) of the spine, surgery, the use of chemotherapy drugs or other medications, or toxic exposure. Peripheral neuropathy is a condition that affects the peripheral nerves. One of the most common causes of burning feet syndrome.

Anton Richards

Wednesday, February 09, 2022

Among many other causes, your feet can also feel like they are on fire when you have a deficiency of Vitamin b12, B9 (folate), and sometimes B6. Stress, high blood pressure, thyroid hormones deficiency, infection, diabetes, and alcohol abuse can also cause the burning feet syndrome.

Nelson Rubio

Wednesday, June 01, 2022

Several things can cause the bottom of your feet to burn like they are on fire (what is known as Grierson-Gopalan Syndrome). Vitamin B (B12, B6, and B9) deficiency is one of them. Others include infections, metabolic disorders, nerve damage, improper footwear, and stress due to prolonged standing.

Albert Curtis

Thursday, January 18, 2024

Grierson-Gopalan syndrome, known as burning feet syndrome, causes intense burning and aching sensations in the feet. The exact cause is not fully understood, but the most common factors include nerve damage (peripheral neuropathy), vitamin deficiencies (especially B12 and B6), alcohol use, athlete's foot, chemical exposure, and more.

I'd say think about getting custom inserts to help ease the condition, as they're known for providing personalized support that can alleviate symptoms. However, seeing a doctor for accurate diagnosis and tailored treatment is always best.

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