The Soles Of The Feet Are Twitching?
Hello, I am Anggun, 22 years old. I want to ask, why is it that for about 2 years, the muscles in the sole of my right foot, the nerves, are constantly moving like a twitch all the time until it spreads to the toes. Is there a neurological disorder or is it related to symptoms of heart disease? R nPlease for a solution, thank you.
Twitching of the soles of the feet can be caused by a variety of causes. Some of the causes that can cause twitching on the soles of the feet include:
idiopatic / unknown
do strenuous physical activity
too much caffeine
certain types of epilepsy
restless leg syndrome
side effects of certain drugs
From the situation you are experiencing, often twitching on the soles of the feet to the fingers, one of which can be caused by consuming too much caffeine. Caffeine is found from various foods and beverages such as coffee, tea, soft drinks, chocolate. Caffeine can trigger muscle contractions, so you will feel muscle twitching. This is usually harmless, and by reducing caffeine consumption, complaints are usually reduced.
After doing strenuous physical activity, such as running, walking for a long time, or wearing high heels, it can also cause your leg muscles to twitch.
Heart disease is not associated with twitching of the feet.
But there are a variety of other causes for the condition that can lead to things like yours. Therefore, to determine the cause of the condition you are experiencing, you should check with a neurologist directly so that the doctor can check your condition directly first, so that the doctor can provide the right therapy for you.
The following is an article that you can read about neuropathy
may be useful. thank you