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Home Remedies for Gout

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Some of the Common Home Remedies for the Treatment of Gout are:

Apply ice - If the affected joint is not too tender to touch, try applying a crushed-ice pack on it, it will help you to give relief.

Avoid High-Purine Foods - Foods that are high in a substance called purine contribute to higher levels of uric acid. So avoiding such foods is prudent.

Don't drink Alcohol - Avoid alcohol if you have a history of gout. Alcohol seems to increase uric acid production and inhibit its secretion, which can lead to gout attacks in some people.

Cherry - Drink Cherry Juice for some relief from symptoms.

Beware of fad diets - If you are overweight, slimming down is imperative. Heavier people tend to have high uric acid levels.

Be sweet to your feet - Many doctors say, an injury to your big toe can increase gout formation risk. So wear shoes around the house to protect your feet from everyday accidents.

Drink Lots of Water - Large amounts of fluid can help flush excess uric acid from your body before it can do any harm to you. A lot of water may also help discourage the kidney stones that many gout patients are prone to.

   

 

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