Gout Attack
Gout is caused by high levels of uricacid in the blood resulting to pain in    the big toe and other joints.
Uric acid is a by-product of natural metabolism wherein it is usually    neutralized and eliminated           through urine.
The neutralizing mechanism of the  body becomes inefficient due tofactors such as heredity, age, sex or        enzyme defi...
Gout attacks happen whenever uric  acid levels rise above 7 mg/dl
Uric acid turns into monosodium urate crystals that eventually findtheir way into the soft tissue around              the ...
When gout attacks develop theaffected area appears red, swollen      and sensitive to touch.
The pain will usually remain for a   day up to about a week andsometimes more than two weeks.
These gout attacks can be controlled   if lifestyle changes are made.
Remedies are available to tackleconcerns with gout, whether it bepain or prevention and for acute or        chronic condit...
Chronic gout issues can cause longterm effects such as permanent soft tissue damage and joint stiffness.
People can live a normal life with gout if early action is taken and  combined with the right diet,medication, exercise an...
Diet for gout should aim toreduce uric acid levels in the  blood and prevent further formation of urate crystals.
Alcohol is not recommended forgout as it interferes with metabolism and leads to a build up of uric acid              in t...
Seek appropriate treatments to take control of gout otherwise   these attacks will only get        worse over time.
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Gout Attack

  1. 1. Gout Attack
  2. 2. Gout is caused by high levels of uricacid in the blood resulting to pain in the big toe and other joints.
  3. 3. Uric acid is a by-product of natural metabolism wherein it is usually neutralized and eliminated through urine.
  4. 4. The neutralizing mechanism of the body becomes inefficient due tofactors such as heredity, age, sex or enzyme deficiencies.
  5. 5. Gout attacks happen whenever uric acid levels rise above 7 mg/dl
  6. 6. Uric acid turns into monosodium urate crystals that eventually findtheir way into the soft tissue around the joints.
  7. 7. When gout attacks develop theaffected area appears red, swollen and sensitive to touch.
  8. 8. The pain will usually remain for a day up to about a week andsometimes more than two weeks.
  9. 9. These gout attacks can be controlled if lifestyle changes are made.
  10. 10. Remedies are available to tackleconcerns with gout, whether it bepain or prevention and for acute or chronic conditions.
  11. 11. Chronic gout issues can cause longterm effects such as permanent soft tissue damage and joint stiffness.
  12. 12. People can live a normal life with gout if early action is taken and combined with the right diet,medication, exercise and lifestyle.
  13. 13. Diet for gout should aim toreduce uric acid levels in the blood and prevent further formation of urate crystals.
  14. 14. Alcohol is not recommended forgout as it interferes with metabolism and leads to a build up of uric acid in the blood.
  15. 15. Seek appropriate treatments to take control of gout otherwise these attacks will only get worse over time.

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