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Uric acid at home

What is Uric Acid?

Uric acid is a natural substance found in the human body. It is when the body breaks down purines, which are found in certain foods. Purines are found in many foods including meats, fish, and some vegetables. When you eat these foods, your body absorbs the purines and uses them to build new cells and tissues.  Let’s read about this in detail.  

 

What Causes Increased Uric Acid? 

When we eat food with high purine content, there are chances of increased uric acid levels. Some of the foods that can lead to an increase in uric acid are. Foods high in purines, such as red meat, organ meat, seafood, and alcohol, can increase uric acid levels.

Symptoms of High Uric Acid: 

High uric acid levels may not always cause symptoms, but some people may experience the following signs and symptoms:

Joint pain: High levels of uric acid in the blood can cause the formation of uric acid crystals in the joints, leading to inflammation and pain. This can be particularly common in the big toe, but can also occur in other joints.

Redness
Swelling
Mainly affects the big toes
Affects one joint at a time
Kidney stones (nephrolithiasis):
Flank pain
Nausea and vomiting
Blood in the urine (haematuria)
Colic pain (pain that starts and stops abruptly)
The increased uric acid in the blood does not indicate the need for  Most people with high uric acid levels do not have any symptoms and do not require long term 

Uric acid at home:

Drink plenty of water:

Staying hydrated can help to flush excess uric acid out of the body.

Drink plenty of water

Limit purine- foods:

Avoid or limit foods that are high in purines, such as red meat, organ meat, seafood, and alcohol.

Limit purine-rich foods

Eat a balanced diet:

Eating a diet that is  in whole grains, vegetables, and low-fat dairy products may help to reduce uric acid levels.

Eat a balanced diet

Maintain a healthy weight:

Being overweight or obese can increase uric acid levels, so maintaining a healthy weight through diet and exercise may help to manage levels.

Maintain a healthy weight

Avoid alcohol:

Alcohol can increase uric acid levels, so avoiding or limiting alcohol intake may help to manage levels.

 

Exercise regularly:

Regular exercise can help to maintain a healthy weight, reduce inflammation, and improve overall health.



It is important to speak with a healthcare professional before any significant changes to your diet or exercise routine. If you are concerned about your uric acid levels or are experiencing symptoms, a healthcare professional can help to determine the appropriate course of

ayurvedic medicine for uric acid

 

 

 

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