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Why do my toes go numb during cardio workouts?
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Dr. Robert Kwok
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In brief: Doctor can evaluate
Numbness can mean different things to people.
Usually, numbness is the sensation one gets when a nerve is compressed or blood circulation is decreased. A primary care or sports medicine doctor can evaluate the problem. Maybe there is some spasm in the vessels during exercise, decreasing blood supply to the feet or toes; or nerve compression in the feet from swelling or from movement of the bones.

In brief: Doctor can evaluate
Numbness can mean different things to people.
Usually, numbness is the sensation one gets when a nerve is compressed or blood circulation is decreased. A primary care or sports medicine doctor can evaluate the problem. Maybe there is some spasm in the vessels during exercise, decreasing blood supply to the feet or toes; or nerve compression in the feet from swelling or from movement of the bones.
Dr. Robert Kwok
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In brief: Numb toes
Numb toes after a work out may be caused by a morton's neuroma.
Check with your local podiatrist . Shoes if to snug could also be a cause.

In brief: Numb toes
Numb toes after a work out may be caused by a morton's neuroma.
Check with your local podiatrist . Shoes if to snug could also be a cause.
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