Gout is a kind of arthritis. It can cause an attack of sudden burning pain, stiffness, and swelling of a joint, usually a big toe. These attacks can occur again & again unless gout is treated. Over time, they can harm your joints, tendons, and other tissues. It is most common in men. Gout is caused by too much uric acid in the blood. Most of the time, having too much uric acid is not harmful. Many people with high levels in their blood never get gout. But when uric acid levels in the blood are too high, the uric acid may form hard crystals in joints.
Chances of getting gout are higher if you are obese, drinking too much alcohol or taking too much meat and fish that are high in a chemical called purine. Some medicines, such as diuretics, can also bring on gout. Certain high-protein foods can make the body produce too much uric acid, triggering gout. Beverages such as tea, coffee, cocoa, and especially alcohol in any form lead to extra water loss from the body, which can cause an attack. Certain medications that may suppress the functioning of kidneys to clear out uric acid can aggravate the situation.
An acute attack of gout can wake you up in the middle of the night with the sensation that your big toe is on fire. The affected joint is hot, swollen and so tender that even the weight of a sheet on it may seem intolerable.
Through the combination of Classical Homoeopathy, Ayurvedic-Unani formulations and Internationally Acclaimed Advanced Physiotherapy, pain due to Gout is reduced considerably and rejuvenation of the affected area begins.
To avail safe and non-invasive treatment for Gout, consult the specialists of Zilaxo Advanced Pain Solution.
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