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What factors cause high uric acid in the body?

What factors cause high uric acid in the body?

 

What factors cause high uric acid in the body?  What is the “bane” of high uric acid? Don’t want to be “tortured” by gout, insist on doing 3 things well。


In addition to insisting on these three things, patients should also use uric acid-eliminating drugs, such as sulfoproxil, benbromarone, probenecid and so on. Hyperuricemia can be divided into primary and secondary. The causes of different types are different.

Generally, men get onset after the age of 30, and women all get onset after the age of 50.

 

What methods can be used to excrete uric acid and reduce the level of uric acid?

1. A reasonable mix of staple foods

Staple food is a substance that everyone needs to take in every day. If you want to help excrete uric acid and reduce the level of uric acid, then you need to reduce the intake of fine staple foods, and at the same time add some coarse grains in your diet.

Appropriate addition of coarse grains to the diet can reduce obesity and insulin resistance.

Generally speaking, foods such as corn, oats, buckwheat and sweet potatoes are all staple foods that help lower uric acid.

 

2. Increase the intake of fruits and vegetables

Fruits and vegetables can not only replenish water, but also replenish a variety of vitamins and mineral elements to help stabilize the level of uric acid in the body.

In addition, the intake of an appropriate amount of dietary fiber also has a certain effect on inhibiting the increase of uric acid levels, and it can also prevent serious deposition of uric acid.

It is generally recommended that patients consume 500 grams of fresh vegetables and 350 grams of fresh fruits every day. Among them, try to choose green leafy vegetables as much as possible, and use more than three kinds of fruits.

 

3. Increase drinking water

If you want to stably reduce uric acid in the body, it is recommended that patients ensure a certain amount of drinking water every day.

Generally speaking, 1500~1700ml of water needs to be supplemented every day, and 2000ml should be supplemented when the weather is relatively hot.

Supplementing more water can not only dilute the concentration of uric acid and lower the uric acid value in the body, but also promote the metabolism of the body and help the uric acid to be excreted from the urine as soon as possible.

 

In addition, patients also need to reduce the intake of red meat, seafood, etc.

Among them, the daily intake of beef, lamb and other red meat foods should not exceed 50 grams. At the same time, patients also need to reduce the consumption of animal offal foods, these foods will increase the level of uric acid in the body.

Seafood foods are high-purine foods. When these foods enter the human body, uric acid will soar and aggravate the disease. Therefore, it is recommended that patients usually eat less or try not to eat seafood, especially when gout attacks.

 

At the same time, beverages containing a certain amount of purines such as beer should also be reduced. Such beverages can not only increase uric acid, but also inhibit the excretion of uric acid.

In summary, as long as patients with high uric acid usually adhere to a reasonable combination of staple foods, consume a certain amount of fruits and vegetables every day, and drink plenty of water, they can generally speed up the excretion of uric acid to a certain extent and reduce the level of uric acid in the body.

 

Of course, in addition to insisting on these three things, patients must also use uric acid-eliminating drugs, such as sulfopiramide, benbromarone, probenecid and so on.

These drugs are suitable for patients with good renal function, which can increase the excretion of uric acid and reduce the level of uric acid.

During the medication period, patients should pay attention to the occurrence of adverse reactions such as diarrhea, intestinal discomfort, and skin rash. If these adverse reactions occur, it is recommended that the patient stop the drug immediately or change the drug treatment.

 

 

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