I had this. As you might have guessed.....there is a name for that:Tarsal tunnel syndrome.
Any inflamed (infection) or tight muscle from overuse, injury or general inflammation (infection?)can impinge on any nerve in the body causing pain or buzzing at the end of the nerve.
Tarsal tunnel is like carpel tunnel (hand buzzing) but for your feet. Carpel tunnel can also occur at night laying down. Sometimes it causes foot cramps vs buzzing.
The main foot nerve is the posterior tibial nerve. You can you tube tibial nerve massage or tibial nerve glides. If its felt along your whole leg length then the nerve issue is higher up in your pelvis area or lower back.
This will sometimes re-occur with me and I just do my version of Grasston Technique on the tibial nerve in my lower leg.
Foam fitness body rollers can and lacross balls can help to detect the are causing this.
I had this all over my body before lyme treatment. Sometimes It can take a long time (years) for nerves to heal on their own , but you can speed up the process if need be, which is what I had to do, and it works.
Initial lyme symptoms in late 80's, again with bullseye early 90's. Started ABX 2014, ended in Jan 2016. Flares ended after. Lyme "B gone" as far as I can tell (Cured?). Now: Healing the aftermath-Rebuilding / fine tuning / fixing muscles and still improving nutrition and immune via better gut health. + 20 years of Hashimoto might now be improving.
Post Edited (astroman) : 2/23/2019 12:56:44 PM (GMT-7)