I have extreme pain and aches in all of my toes and my toes feel like they are frozen all the time. I cannot move them.

The first thing you need to do is determine your general health condition. It is highly possible that you are suffering from diabetes. You will need to check and see if this is the case. Among diabetics, a common complaint is what you describe. Another version of this complaint is also that diabetics experience the sensation of pins and needles in their toes at all times. Yet another version is extreme burning of the toes. You will have to check and see if you have any of these other symptoms too. It is not necessary that you will be afflicted with a single symptom at a time. You may also experience them in alteration. In any and all cases, you should consult with a doctor to determine what the exact problem is. This will help you to find a solution as well. The typical reason for this problem you have described is that when a person has diabetes is that circulation to the outer extremities of the body slows down to a very large extent. This is why people generally experience frozen toes and numbness. You will also notice that if you wiggle your toes, you will feel as if they are coming back to life from having been pressed into sleep. This is also a very typical reaction.

There is actually very little you can do for this problem without the help of medicines. The best thing to do would be to start going for a walk regularly. This will help to revive some sort of circulation to your toes. If you are experiencing pain or discomfort, you can actually sit with your feet dipped in warm to hot water. This will help to ease the feeling of frozen toes. Another remedy that can be of some help is to apply aloe vera gel to your feet regularly. Do this particularly at night. This is important because the gel will get a chance to work all night on your feet. Keep in mind that you may feel that your toes are colder for the time being. But over a period of time, you will notice that this will actually help you to heal. If this increases your discomfort within a couple of weeks, you should stop. Try to apply a paste made with cinnamon powder and honey instead. This will generate heat which will go to your numb toes and may possibly make you feel better.

answered by M W

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