What Does It Mean If The Bottom Of My Left Foot Itches?


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Robin Burden answered
An itch on the bottom of your left foot may mean a number of different things.

Although anything from allergies to hookworm infection might be responsible, I have an inkling that your itchy foot might be caused by something a bit more cosmic.
What does an itchy left foot mean? According to a number of superstitious beliefs, an itchy foot means you're about to embark on a new journey.

Although other people may have their own interpretations, I've always taken an itchy right foot to suggest the journey to be of a spiritual nature (as the right side of your body is more closely-related to the soul).

An itchy left foot is more likely to mean you're about to begin a physical journey - and, the itchier your foot, the further afield you can expect this journey to take you.

If the itch is centered around the ball of the foot, this often represents a smooth transition from one part of your life to another.

If your toes are also affected, this means that the journey will be extremely challenging (ever heard of the term 'keeping someone on their toes?').
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Anonymous answered

It could be related to a minor nerve healing issue if you had a back injury long ago and had accompanying sciatica pain along the left leg. I dont think it has anything to do with the foot itself. This has been my experience. For me a few good scratches makes it stop.

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Anonymous answered
It means the same as when your RIGHT foot itches.

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