Aslamlkum … tonight … I want to ask … my feet are clean but it feels like something is stuck like a dirt … that feeling often appears when I’m tired … what pain … is it dangerous
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The skin of the feet is coated with a special protein called keratin, which often thickens due to excessive friction and pressure. When this thickening is very striking, calluses (calluses) may develop. This condition might trigger your complaint.
It could also, apart from the thickening of the skin on the feet, the thick sensation you feel is due to other factors, for example:
Nerve disorders, which make the skin's sensitivity decrease, for example due to diabetes, nerve clamps, neurotrophic vitamin or mineral deficiency, multiple sclerosis Disorders of the blood vessels, which supply the leg area, including the nerves around the legs, for example due to deep vein thrombosis, peripheral artery disease in the joints around the feet, for example due to rheumatoid arthritis, gout (gout) Psychosomatic disorders, etc. Are there any other complaints that arise and bother you, such as tingling sensations, weakness in movement, numbness, swelling, etc.? How long have you felt this complaint? How old are you now? And is there a history of certain diseases that you have suffered?
Knowing exactly what is causing your thick feeling requires a comprehensive examination from a doctor. Not just a physical examination, if necessary, the doctor will also perform additional examinations, such as blood tests, X-rays, and so on. If it is suspected that the complaint comes from nerves, you may also be referred to a neurologist.
What you should do right now is:
Use comfortable footwear, cushioned soft Maintain an ideal body weight, so as not to cause excessive weight to the foot area Minimize friction and excessive pressure in the foot area Use a moisturizer to keep your feet from drying Diligently wash your feet, and always use clean footwear Avoid stress drink lots of excess Hope it helps ya ..