Warm Soles of the Palm & Foot: Causes & Home Remedies

Warm Palm and Soles

If the soles of the palm and foot feel warm, thyroid problems or diabetes can be the reason. Hypertension can also cause warm hands and feet.

If symptoms such as heart rate and high fever are being felt with a warm hand, see a doctor as soon as possible as it is easier and more effective to treat at an early stage.

If you don’t have diseases like diabetes, hypertension and only hot palm and foot soles, try some home remedies.

Home Remedies

  • Drink right amount of water.
  • Consume ragi, curd, buttermilk, lemonade and mint tea.
  • Avoid consuming too much tea or coffee.
  • Applying castor oil on the affected parts will provide immediate relief.
  • Also eat protein and fibre rich foods and vegetables, which will reduce body heat.

However, if the heat does not go away or irritates, it is advisable to consult a doctor.

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