what does it mean when you wakeup from sleep and your feet below your knees are numb?

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I would go to a Podiatrist, There can be a number of things going on, They will have questions about you family's health like stroke, diabetes. It could be a symptom to something like diabetes, many many other things. Good luck to you Susan H-K MI

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As it is a joint part, so it may take a year to cure. I know it pains a lot but try to bear the pain, still if it goes worse then go according to the doctor. Else consult with some other doctor.

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Sounds like you may have a compressed nerve, most likely the sciatica. Physical therapy might help.

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Relaxing music for sleep Jazz Portraits by Rick Flauding Bach's Partitias 1-6 by Murray Parehia Chopin's Nocturnes The Best of Paul Desmond Those are a few that I listen to regularly. The Desmond album has one vocal on it.

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Depends on where your at, in Texas it would be one football field.
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