Legs Feel Sore Quickly And Weak When Standing For A Long Time?
At night, I want to ask. Finally, my legs are often very fast with lemes, the soles of the foot will not stand long. I feel that since I have a longer leg than the mattress, my legs hang a little like that. Is the complete sleeping position the reason why my feet are fast? Yes, thanks for the answer.
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The position of the feet that hang during sleep can indeed cause uncomfortable sensations, such as pain, aches, tingling, numbness, and so on. However, if your body's condition is basically healthy, this uncomfortable sensation should only be temporary and improve on its own without the need for special treatment.
If in addition to numb you also feel weak, chances are your condition is also aggravated by other factors, such as hypotension (low blood pressure), hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), dehydration (lack of fluids), anemia (low blood hemoglobin), nerve disorders (for example due to diabetes, multiple sclerosis, nerve nerves), viral or bacterial infections, deficiency of certain neurotrophic vitamins or minerals, psychosomatic disorders, and so on. Unhealthy lifestyles, such as lazy exercise, unbalanced diet, smoking or consuming alcohol, and obesity (obesity) also increase your risk of experiencing these diseases.
It's best if you try to ease your complaint with the following suggestions:
Choose a comfortable sleeping pad, according to your posture, not too hard, not too soft Sleep more regularly, don't stay up late Exercise 3-5 times a week, with a duration ranging from 30-60 minutes per session Stay away from cigarettes, alcohol, and do not also consume drugs carelessly compress numb feet with warm water Always wear comfortable footwear and pants when active, do not be too narrow, avoid high heels Avoid excessive stress Keep your body weight so that it is always ideal Expand to eat foods rich in vitamin B complex, calcium, magnesium, and also potassium. If within 3 days your complaint still does not improve, immediately consult a doctor or neurologist so that it is handled well, yes. Some supporting tests, for example laboratory or X-ray may be recommended by the doctor before giving proper handling.
Hope this helps ...