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Longterm Impact of Gout Chronic Gout Implications (4 of 6)
Gout is not just a onetime event. It can be prolonged and chronic, affecting organs other than the joints. We discuss the stages of Gout and the longterm complications that arise from this disease when left untreated.
Best & Worst Foods to Eat with Gout | Reduce Risk of Gout Attacks and Hyperuricemia
Best & Worst Foods to Eat with Gout | Reduce Risk of Gout Attacks and Hyperuricemia
Gout is an inflammatory monoarticular arthropathy that is caused by monosodium urate crystal deposition within particular joints in the body. The urate crystals result from hyperuricemia (high levels of uric acid in the blood), which is derived from purine metabolism. Purines can come from a variety of different foods, with some dietary selections having high purine content, and other selections having lower amounts of purines. In this lesson, we discuss the worst foods to eat with gout (foods and beverages that have high levels of purines), and the best foods to eat with gout (foods and beverages that have lower levels of purines).
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10 Expert Tips on How to Fight Gout Attack
What is gout? This is basically joint inflammation in the ankle, wrist, elbow, knee, or (more often than not) in the big toe. It’s caused by high levels of uric acid in the blood, a condition called hyperuricemia. The intense pain it brings along can last for days, weeks, and even months on end! If left untreated, it can lead to joint deformities or even physical disability.
Like any health problem, gout doesn’t discriminate. It can affect anyone, including famous actors, athletes, and writers. In fact, Benjamin Franklin missed a lot of the meetings that were held to draft the Declaration of Independence because of gout!
What gout is 0:28
Get rid of excess weight 0:55
Check your family history 1:50
It occurs differently in men and women 2:07
Certain medications can trigger gout 2:40
Certain health conditions can increase the risk of developing gout 3:09
Change your diet 3:31
Eat more foods that can help you manage gout attacks and pain 4:44
Make use of natural remedies 6:52
Be careful about exercising 8:03
Some health warnings about using nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs 8:57
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The body produces more insulin when people are overweight or obese. If you have high levels of insulin in your body, it slows down the elimination of the uric acid that causes gout.
Genetics also play a role here. If someone in your family has had gout, you do have a higher risk of getting it too.
Gout occurs differently in men and women. It’s the main cause of inflammatory arthritis for guys in their 30s and 40s, although men in their late 50s can also get it sometimes.
Medications like diuretics (or water pills), lowdose aspirin, immunosuppressants like cyclosporine and tacrolimus, as well as drugs containing salicylate have been found to trigger gout attacks.
Gout is historically known as the “disease of kings” or “the rich man’s disease” because it’s triggered by foods that only wealthy people could afford in the past: seafood and red meat.
Changing your diet doesn’t mean just cutting a bunch of bad foods out of it. Here are some products you should eat more of to prevent gout attacks.
When you’re under attack, doctors recommend staying in bed and putting ice on the affected area. You may lessen the pain by removing any clothes on the joint that’s flaring up.
Experts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say that adults should be physically active for at least 2½ hours per week.
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How to reduce uric acid level and prevent Gout? Ms. Sushma Jaiswal
Uric acid is bi product of protein which needs to be eliminated.To eliminate uric acid from the body need to drink more water and take more vitamin c. To have good amount of vitamin c eat raw vegetables and fruits.You can take vitamin c supplements and cut down on meat. Drinking alcohol needs to be reduced to avoid dehydration.Do exercises and reduce weight.
Know how to deal with Uric Acid and Gout (in Hindi) Dr Suvrat Arya, Rheumatologist Jaypee Hospital
Increased level of uric acid in the body leads to hyperuricemia and it may deposit in the joints leading to gout(a form of arthritis), that can be very painful. It can also settle in the kidneys and form kidney stones. Lifestyle & Diet Modification can help to control Uric Acid level.
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Causes of morning heel pain and its management Dr. Hanume Gowda
Heel pain is a very common problem mostly in females compared to me. It will be early morning pain, like you sleep in the night and wake up in the morning , you have a pain and you walk for few steps, 8 – 10 steps, then it gets better. The Same thing may happen when you sit for half an hour and get up. You may get, you may get pain. Again you take few steps, 8 – 10 steps, then your pain will go off. This condition is grouped into a condition called plantar fasciitis, also called as heel pain. Most of the times, there are no causes for this, it just happens like that. Over time, there is a heel pad fat, between the bone and the skin, which will get flattened or worn off. When it gets worn off, the bone will start taking more load. This is the commonest cause. The other one is, there is a tissue called fascia, which connects the heel one to the toes. The plantar fascia from the heel to the toe, it can get tightened, also giving rise to this pain. It happens due to multiple reasons, like rheumatoid arthritis, uric acid problems leading to gout and gout related or gout type of arthritis. Here are more types of arthritis which can lead to pain, but most times the reason is unknown.it can be an old injury like a stone or a thorn which has pricked you. The stone would have come out, but the fat part is injured, leading to long term pain. Sometimes the infection can also lead to pain. How to manage this? An easier way is by exercises, stretching of the plantar fascia, that is stretching of the foot. Secondly wearing soft footwear. Microcellular rubber, microcellular polymer slippers are available. There is silicone heel pad. For people wearing shoes can use the silicon cup inside the shoes and that will also help. Sometimes with all this pain doesn’t come down, give pain killers and do physical therapies in the form of ultrasonic massages. If this doesn’t work, give local injections with steroids. With one injection, more than 70 – 80 % will get relief. If it doesn’t help, then we have to operate and clear the heel. So the pressure on the heel and then the pain also comes down.
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Knee Pain, Pseudogout and Vitamin K2 Benefits – Prevent Gout with Vitamin K2 – Dr.Berg
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Do you have knee pain? Here’s what you need to know.
0:00 Pseudogout, knee pain, and vitamin K2
0:17 What is gout?
0:55 Foods to avoid to prevent gout
1:38 What is pseudogout?
2:06 Vitamin K2 for knee pain and pseudogout
2:35 How vitamin K2 works
In this video, we’re going to talk about pseudogout, knee pain, and vitamin K2. If you have knee pain, it could be a pseudogout situation.
Gout is a buildup of uric acid. This happens because the kidney is not able to get rid of uric acid. When this builds up, it can cause a lot of problems, including kidney stones and gout. One of the best ways to get rid of gout is to take potassium citrate, which acidifies your urine.
You also want to avoid foods that turn into uric acid, including:
• Organ meats
While on a keto and intermittent fasting plan, you may have higher levels of uric acid. Potassium citrate is effective at combating this.
Pseudogout is different from gout—it’s actually a buildup of calcium pyrophosphate crystals (CPPD). This type of gout can also be very, very painful. It primarily targets the knees and the wrists.
The best remedy for pseudogout and knee pain is vitamin K2. 200 mcg tends to do the trick. Vitamin K2 is a fatsoluble vitamin that comes from foods that are high in fat, including beef liver, eggs, and cheese. This is why you shouldn’t go on a lowfat diet.
Vitamin K2 helps prevent calcium build up in soft tissues—and other places it shouldn’t be, like the cardiovascular system—and puts the calcium in the bone.
Vitamin K2 and D3 work fantastic together for bone and joint health and reducing inflammation.
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Thanks for watching. I hope these tips help you get rid of knee pain and pseudogout.
"Hyperuricemia and Gout: A New Perspective for an Old Disease" by Maya Mattar, MD
Grand Round presentation at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Department of Medicine on “Hyperuricemia and Gout: A New Perspective for an Old Disease” by Maya Mattar, MD.
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