Gout Pain and Different Kinds of Gout Causes

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Gout Pain and Different Kinds of Gout Causes

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Different Kinds of Gout Causes


Gout is a painful rheumatic disease that affects more than 800 out of every 100,000 individuals. Arthritic gout can occur at any time after puberty until the age of seventy-five. More common in men than women, arthritic gout can cause intense pain in the joints that can last for a few minutes or a few days. Those with gout should see their doctor to see if there are any medications that may prevent or help with the pain in case of another attack. Most people who have gout will have pain a few times a year. This can vary from person to person based on their lifestyle and heredity. Idea


Conclusion, the cause of gout has been most definitely linked to uric acid crystals that accumulate over months or years in connective tissues in and around the joints. It's not uncommon for gout to be misdiagnosed as rheumatoid arthritis or pseudogout. Hence, it is crucial for you to approach your family doctor to find out what are the cause of your gout condition and plan an appropriate course of action.



  • Addition, the cause of gout has also been linked to foods that break down into uric acid.
  • After you understand the cause of gout, it makes sense to avoid a diet that contains shrimp, dried beans, mushrooms, sardines and mushrooms. Very Happy



One simple explanation of the cause of gout may be a poor diet that is is chicken high in purines which aggravates gout. Another cause of gout may be lead in the environment. Being overweight has often been associated with gout, because people who are overweight usually produce a lot of excess uric acid. Evil or Very Mad

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Research Has Also Shown that Insulin Resistance is Capable of Causing Gout Attacks

Some people speculate that the cause of gout is more complicated as it may be inherited or occur as a complication of another disease. In fact, viewing the cause of gout as heredity may not be so far fetched as people who have a history of gout in their family may show evidence of an enzyme defect that interferes with the way the body breaks down purines. Scientific studies have also revealed research results that show that about 20 percent of people with gout, inherited the disease from their family members. Laughing

What is the cause of some of the painful symptoms associated with gout? Experts say the concentration in the blood is so high that the uric acid settles in the joints of people with gout, a leading cause of gout attacks. While the cause of gout is deposits of needle-like crystals of uric acid in connective tissue, some physicians might misdiagnose gout because of associated symptoms such as redness, swelling, heat, pain and stiffness of the joints that resembles rheumatoid arthritis and other conditions.

Dieticians who understand the cause of gout will often recommend patients flush out their systems, or dilute the uric acid, by drinking plenty of water. Since the cause of gout appears to be related to the consumption of alcoholic beverages, particularly beer, it is advisable to abstain from alcohol which may raise uric acid levels in the blood.



  • Question : I'M a 55-year-old man who has been suffering from joint pains for a couple of years.
  • I've consulted my family doctor and was told I'm affected with gout.
  • Is there any natural remedy for this?



Answer : GOUT is a painful and potentially disabling form of arthritis. It causes pain, tenderness, redness, warmth and swelling in some joints. This is due athens state university levels of uric acids in the body.



  • Celery seeds neutralise uric acid and other excess acids in the body, thus aiding in the treatment and prevention of gout, joint pain and rheumatism.
  • Guaiacum has an anti-rheumatic action which is beneficial not only for stiff and painful joints but also affected muscles.
  • The combination of celery seeds, guaiacum, ginger, capsicum and sarsaparilla effectively reduces inflammation and soothes the pain.
  • An idle brain, is a devil's workshop they say.
  • Using this ideology in mind, we ventured to write on Gout Natural Remedy, so that something productive would be achieved of our minds.
  • Besides that, alcohol, coffee and foods rich in purine such as seafood, beans, sweetbreads and anchovies should be avoided.
  • Try to increase intake of food high in dietary fibre (vegetables and fruits) and complex carbohydrates (oats, barley, bran).



Have Sufficient Rest as Fatigue or Even Mild Tiredness can Exacerbate Arthritis

Healthy weight management is also important as being overweight can burden the joints, especially the knees, thus aggravating the pain. You may also consider Bowen therapy, a series of precise connective, non-invasive tissue moves that stimulates the energy flow and activates the body's natural healing ability.



  • Combination of exercise, diet, rest and relaxation is important in achieving an optimum level of health and wellness.
  • Light exercise such as brisk walking helps to keep the joint cartilage lubricated.
  • It also strengthens the supporting muscles, tendons and ligaments and increases the range of motion and flexibility of the joints.
  • Using the intuition I had on Gout Natural, I thought that writing this article would indeed be worth the trouble.
  • Most of the relevant information on Gout Natural has been included here. Laughing
  • Could there be a nicer way of beating gout than by eating a couple of bowls of strawberries a day?
  • They are, after all, one of the world's most popular and delicious fruit.
  • So is this idea, which is quite well known in the world of gout treatment, a myth or magic?
  • What does the evidence amount to? Wink
  • Modern real world testimonials to the value of strawberries in gout treatment can be read on the Internet.
  • And for pain alleviation too.
  • Of course you can also read that strawberries had no effect.
  • You may say that we have included exquisite information here on Gout Sufferer.
  • This is with the intention of producing a unique article on Gout Sufferer.



The most quoted historical natural gout remedies. why you should make strawberries part of your gout diet for gout was the Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus (1707- . He said that his strawberries-only diet had cured or alleviated his gout. Accounts vary as to what he precisely said, but there is no doubt that he thought strawberries were helpful, and in his time he was a famous and respected botanist. So he knew a lot about strawberries. But don't eat a strawberries-only diet. This is a crash diet and crash diets are now thought to probably increase gout attacks. You can easily get strawberries into a low purine gout diet. Or into a carbohydrate restricted diet, such as the Zone diet, because they are moderate on the Glycemic Index.

Better known and researched are the anthocyanidins which have also been thought to reduce uric acid levels. Researchers have considered that it is the anthocyanidins in cherries for example, that may account for their uric acid lowering success in some small studies. The anthocyanidin profile of strawberries is not exactly the same as that of cherries, but sweet cherries and strawberries share a couple of them. Smile

STRAWBERRY TESTIMONIALS If you're looking for a natural gout remedy, and which gout sufferer isn't, all this is very interesting, but are there any real world testimonials? Shocked


Repeated Attacks of Gout Tend to Last Longer, and the Pain May Not Go







  • Strawberries' flavonoids are anthocyanidins, flavan-3-ols and flavonols.
  • Quercetin, which has been thought to reduce uric acid levels, is a flavonol.
  • There is some Quercetin in strawberries.
  • There is one more health positive fact about strawberries.
  • Their proanthocyanidin (abbreviated as PCO's or OPC's) levels are high, much higher than in cherries.



It's a Pity that More Isn't Known about Strawberries for Gout

But all these hints and signs, and in the case of Vitamin C for gout, studies too, do suggest that a daily bowl of strawberries is a good idea for a gout diet, especially when combined with other natural remedies for gout.

And because their flavonoids amounts are high, their flavonoids-to-Vitamin C ratio is pretty good which means that their Vitamin C is likely to be better absorbed and thus have a stronger therapeutic effect.

A GOUT POSITIVE NUTRITIONAL PROFILE It is true that the nutritional profile of strawberries is positive for natural gout treatment. Probably the most important fact is their high Vitamin C content, around 59 mg per 100 grams of fruit. This puts them towards the top of the high-in-Vitamin C fruits' tables. Way above cherries. They are moderately alkaline, alkaline neutral or just mildly acidic so their effect on the body's pH amounts is not likely to be much, and may be mildly positive. They contain about 91% water, are low purine and moderate on the Glycemic Index. All these facts make them a good gout food. This is the counterpart to our previous paragraph on Natural Gout Treatment. Please read that paragraph to get a better understanding to this paragraph.



  • Some studies have shown that Vitamin C does reduce uric acid levels, which makes Vitamin C for gout a good idea.
  • In these studies the lowest amount required to do this was 500 mg daily.
  • It's not hard to get 500 mg of Vitamin C naturally from foods and drinks.



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