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Causes Of Gout

Causes Of Gout



Learn the causes of gout and how to treat your symptoms.

Learn the causes of gout and how to treat your symptoms.



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    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Causes of Gout Learn How to Avoid Attacks
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Men are more prone to gout than women. In fact, 9 out of 10 sufferers are men over the age of 40.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Gout attacks can also happen to younger people, although they are rare.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com More than one million people in the U.S. suffer from gout attacks every year.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Gout is a very painful form of arthritis, which results from an excess of uric acid.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com When your kidneys cannot excrete the excess uric acid, you will probably experience excruciating gout symptoms.
    • Causes of Gout Causes of gout are often due to eating certain foods, such as meats, dried beans and peas.
    • Causes of Gout In fact, centuries ago, gout was known as "the diseases of royalty," because kings ate meat, while lower class citizens ate mostly fruits and vegetables.
    • Causes of Gout Drinking alcohol can also cause gout. Obesity can be a culprit too, along with crash dieting.
    • Causes of Gout When you shock your metabolism by drastically reducing calories, you can cause a gout attack.
    • Causes of Gout By eating properly and maintaining a healthy body, you can avoid attacks.
    • Causes of Gout You are more susceptible to suffering from gout if you have a family history of the condition.
    • Causes of Gout Gout is hereditary, and you can actually inherit the inability to process urate, which leads to the build up of excess uric acid.
    • Causes of Gout Gout can also be caused by other medical conditions, such as heart failure, leukemia, high blood pressure, diabetes, hemoglobin disorders, and lymphoma.
    • Causes of Gout The condition is not something that should be taken lightly, but today there are many treatments available that address the causes of gout.
    • Causes of Gout You don't have to suffer from the condition as much as you might have in past years.
    • Causes of Gout You can learn even more about the causes of gout, and find out how to get relief by using home remedies
    • Causes of Gout Especially if you've tried everything and nothing has ever worked for you before.
    • Get More Information Find out how to cure your gout by visiting HealthyLivingTimes.com