Tingling Toes

Tingling Toes Driving You Crazy?

Do your toes start to tingle at night or during the day when you are walking, cycling, riding, or when you sit at your desk?

"Feels like something prickly, but on the inside of the skin, rather than on the outside"

Maybe, it is only a tight-fitting shoe or from pushing down hard on the peddle of your bicycle. Then again... it could be an indication of something more serious, like Raynaud's in your toes, peripheral neuropathy, vasculitis (inflammation of the blood vessels, multiple sclerosis or a pinched nerve further up your ankle and leg.


"my toes - especially the two little ones on the outside of my feet would often go to sleep in my riding boots. I noticed the tingly feeling was worse whenever I was pressing down hard on the stirrup iron. Since I started wearing your socks... it hardly happens any more. Thank you so much!"


Some Causes of Tingling Toes:

  • Poor circulation to the feet and toes
  • Nerve Entrapment (pressure on the nerves in your feet, ankles and legs)
  • A vitamin deficiency
  • Raynaud's Syndrome in feet
  • Frostbite
  • Leprosy
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Diabetes
  • Peripheral neuropathy
  • Paresthesia (creeping sensation on the skin)
  • The neurological disorder "CIDP "(Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy)

Prolotex™ Socks help Tingly Toes?

There is hope for you, if you have tingly toes. Wearing Prolotex™ Far Infrared Socks on a regular basis helps to improve the circulation in your feet and toes and effectively reduces that tingly feeling.

The FIR emitted from the Prolotex™ Bio Ceramic Socks helps to promote circulation to the cells and tissues in your toes. Better circulation to the cells brings fresh nutrients to the nerve endings and will reduce the annoying tingling, prickling sensation.

Far Infrared Bio-Ceramic Socks - available in 4 sizes


FREE Tips To Reducing Tingling in your Toes:

  1. Regular exercise, like walking, helps to improve the circulation in your toes.
  2. Drink plenty of fresh water to aid the circulatory system.
  3. Cut back on the number of cigarettes (if you are a smoker)
  4. Check with your doctor to test for and eliminate some of the possible causes why your feet are tingling.
  5. Wear shoes that are comfortable and not too restrictive.
  6. Reduce your sugar and alcohol intake.
  7. Correcting vitamin B-12 deficiencies - if any (check with your doctor for this).
  8. Wear a fresh, clean pair of Prolotex™ Far Infrared Socks every day, to help improve the circulation to the extremities in your toes.


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