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[KIT] 5 Things You Should Know to Avoid Hyperuricemia

Nowadays many people in the world eat so unhealthily which makes them fall down into a huge problem. This problem is not the simple one that people can see directly when they eat some bad food into their stomach or body. The problem will appear in the future when their protection system is down over years. They are going to face this problem in the future that is the time that we can say the word “regret” but it is too late to care, even though the patient can go to the hospital to get treatment but you will never be happy as the younger you used to be, you will be going to the hospital for only one reason is to cure your problem and it seems like you pay much money for the problem you have stored it in your body for along time. 

The popular health issue for people nowadays which is the most popular is the huge worrying for the world. It starts from your food and then the molikal of the bad food will go through your bloodstream and attack it a piece to piece till your bloodstream is going to be bigger. 

What is acid leaching? (Hyperuricemia)

​​​​​​​​​​​​​Uric acid is a metabolic waste caused by organic production and eating foods rich in excess purine or the inability to excrete this substance from the body. High uric acid levels in the blood are a metabolic crisis that has a profound effect on the kidneys.

A) Foods rich in purines include:

Meat: Animal offal (liver, islets, brains) Seafood

  • Sweet drinks and alcohol
  • Types of fruits and vegetables:
    • Mushrooms
    • Cabbage
    • Cabbage
    • Cauliflower

B) Foods that are not rich in purine include:

  • Bread
  • Fruits
  • Milk
  • Eggs
  • Tea, coffee, etc.

C) Those symptoms include:

Most joint pain (one toe, ankle, knee, wrist, elbow…), especially the big toe.
Swelling in sore joints, especially at night

  • Fever

Severe arthritis after drinking wine, beer, seafood, red meat, animal offal.
Subcutaneous lumps (acid lumps)

D) Causes and factors:

Acidosis is more common in men over the age of 50.

More than 95% of diseases have no specific cause

There are other causes that can lead to uric acid overdoses, such as chronic kidney failure, hemorrhage, thyroid disease, and medication without consulting a doctor.

E) Treatment:

Lower blood acidity with medication, with a doctor-assessed necessity

  • Relieve joint pain

Prevents the development of joint deformities and kidney damage.

F) Advice for patients with acidosis:

Avoid eating foods rich in purine.

Drink at least 2 liters of water per day

  • Avoid alcohol

Consult and receive proper treatment with a specialist to find the cause of the disease and other possible organic effects.

So what if you start taking care of yourself from now on in order to avoid the problem in the future and you will have a good life both physically and mentally. It helps both your health and your family’s health as well. Because when you are sick, only your family carries you with many powers of their body and mind.

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