Cope With Asymptomatic Gout

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Gout can cause joint and tissue damage, even if there are no gout symptoms. Learn more about gout and how it affects us in our daily lives.

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Cope With Asymptomatic Gout

  1. 1. Cope With Asymptomatic Gout
  2. 2. Gout symptoms are not always present even if the gout is still there! Gout can cause joint and tissue damage, even if there are no gout symptoms .
  3. 3. Gout is caused by a build-up of uric acid crystals in the joints, due to the body not being able to get rid of excess uric acid in the body.
  4. 4. This build-up often occurs in the big toe joint, but other joints can also be affected, including the ankles, wrists, elbows and fingers.
  5. 5. People experiencing gout symptoms for the first time may think that the condition has come on suddenly, as often the symptoms appear overnight.
  6. 6. Very quickly what was a normal joint can become red, very inflamed and incredibly painful.
  7. 7. So painful to the touch that the sufferer cannot bear the weight of a bedsheet, and even the vibration from someone else moving around the room can be unbearable.
  8. 8. However this pain, particularly in the early onset of gout symptoms, usually subsides within a few days or so.
  9. 9. Often a gout sufferer, once the pain has passed, does not realize that the underlying problem that caused the pain has not gone away.
  10. 10. The inflammation and pain may have subsided, but the high uric acid levels (hyperuricemia) in the body have not, and the build-up of the needle-like uric acid crystals is still present.
  11. 11. Without a change in the underlying causes of gout symptoms, another gout attack is almost certain. And as time passes the attacks will become more frequent and more severe.
  12. 12. It is vital that the gout sufferer realizes that there are underlying issues that need to be addressed.
  13. 13. Often hyperuricemia can be cleared up through simple changes in diet, through weight loss, and through the addition of certain beneficial foods and supplements.
  14. 14. Gout Symptoms are just the tip of the iceberg, and gout sufferers may face other health issues too.
  15. 15. For more details and information to get rid of gout forever,
  16. 16. visit curegoutpainnow.com

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