|By AlwaysBroke |
Nov 28, 2012
So, I desperately need help with my feet. I, when not otherwise occupied by my numerous injuries and assorted afflictions, am a military office, stationed at forgot Benning, GA. I am from Colorado and come from a mountaineering background, but currently am putting all climbing/hiking/pretty much anything on hold until I can get some.issues worked out with my feet.
The problem is that I seen to be about the most cold-weather injury prone individual on the face of this planet. I am not sues how exactly I got to where I am, but I am now at the point where after spending 1.5-2 he's in 27-32° weather with cold weather boots, wool socks (wigwam rebel fusion) and use of foot warmers for the last 30 minutes outdoors I nonetheless sustained a moderate cold weather injury (doc said chilblains) that will keep me out of the field for a minimum of two weeks. Two days prior toto this my feet became so cold that i began losi.g feeling in my toes sitting in a movie theater with wool socks on. soI believe I have had frostbite in my feet once before, although I am unsure as to the extent of damage- it was not severe enough to require an immediate hospital trip and I did not see a doc for a couple weeks after the incident.
Nonetheless, I cannot for the life of me figure out how my feet got to this point or what to do about it. A lot of what is going on seems to have to do with moisture in my feet - I've noticed that my feet frequently stay warmer just sitting around without socks on than with warm ones and I know myself to generally be an individual who sweats quite a bit, but thisthis still does not senoten like it should be the whole story, especially given that I am losing feeling in a movie theaters. Any help, advice, or guidance the community could provide me with would be thoroughly appreciated.