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Podagra: Kas padeda greitai?

Podagra: Norite sužinoti, kas padeda greitai? Atsakymas paprastas.

Atlikite šiuos veiksmus:

  • Vartokite priešuždegiminį vaistą arba kolchiciną skausmui malšinti.
  • Vietinis ledo naudojimas
  • Likusi pažeisto sąnario dalis
  • Per dieną išgerkite 2-3 litrus vandens.
  • Valgykite mažiau maisto, kuriame gausu gyvulinės kilmės baltymų (ypač raudonos mėsos ir subproduktų).
  • Valgykite daugiau pieno produktų ir daržovių
  • Laipsniškas ir subalansuotas svorio metimas
  • Kortikosteroidų injekcija arba sąnario punkcija, jei reikia

Štai geriausi patarimai. Tačiau labai svarbus ir jūsų gyvenimo būdas:

Norint įveikti podagros priepuolį, būtina gerai drėkinti organizmą. Iš tiesų per dieną rekomenduojama išgerti nuo 2 iki 3 litrų vandens. Šis vanduo gali būti negazuotas arba gazuotas. Svarbu žinoti, kad vanduo skatina šlapimo rūgšties pasišalinimą iš kraujo. Jis taip pat gerina inkstų funkciją. Nugriebtas pienas taip pat gali būti rekomenduojamas gėrimas ištikus podagros priepuoliui. Tačiau gazuoti gėrimai, alus, net ir be alkoholio, ir spiritiniai gėrimai yra griežtai nerekomenduojami.

Be to, eikite miegoti! Nieko nėra geriau už poilsį, kol skausmas atslūgs. Venkite antklodžių svorio ant skaudamos vietos, o ant sąnarių naudokite ledo paketą.

Per didelis svoris gali padidinti šlapimo rūgšties kiekį organizme, kai sergate podagra. Tačiau tai nereiškia, kad turėtumėte laikytis dietos! Išmokite maitintis intuityviai, t. y. pasikliaudami savo maisto pojūčiais.

Taip pat sumažinkite maisto produktų, kuriuose gausu purinų, taigi ir šlapimo rūgšties, pavyzdžiui, subproduktų, šaltienos, žvėrienos, labai fermentuotų sūrių, šokolado ir vyno, vartojimą. Sumažinkite mėsos, tam tikrų žuvų (ančiuvių, silkių, sardinių), vėžiagyvių, džiovintų daržovių, kiaušinių ir pieno produktų vartojimą.

Mankšta taip pat yra svarbi sveikos gyvensenos dalis. Tačiau prieš pradėdami mankštintis būtinai gerai sušilkite ir apšilkite. mankštinantis svarbu išlikti hidratuotam. Po fizinio krūvio patinimui mažinti galima naudoti ledą. Gydymą ledu reikėtų naudoti atsargiai. Podagros ūminio paūmėjimo metu nemankštinkite pažeisto sąnario. Tai gali pabloginti situaciją. Taip pat turite rūpintis savo mityba. Sumažinkite baltymų, ypač organinės mėsos ir perdirbtos mėsos, suvartojimą. Išplauti šlapimo rūgšties perteklių.

Ir galiausiai, bet ne mažiau svarbu, pasitelkite mūsų senelių priemones podagros priepuoliams gydyti! Daugelis žmonių jas naudoja ir teigia, kad jos labai veiksmingai malšina podagros priepuolį. Pavyzdžiui, ramunėlių ir šeivamedžio uogų nuoviras, citrinų sulčių ar bikarbonato gėrimai, dilgėlių užpilai, molio kompresai - visas šias mažas gudrybes verta išbandyti, jei norite natūraliai nuraminti sąnarius.

What triggers a gout attack?

A number of different situations can trigger a gout attack: direct shock, surgery, abrupt cessation or initiation of certain treatments (low-dose aspirin, diuretics, certain antibiotics, allopurinol), all events leading to dehydration, low intake of beverages (water!!), certain alcoholic beverages, non-alcoholic beer or overeating. See the advice to follow section.

What causes hyperuricaemia?

Uric acid is a product of the breakdown of purines, which are found in certain foods (cooked meats, beer, with or without alcohol, offal, etc.) in varying quantities. Hyperuricaemia may be due to : - excessive production of uric acid, following an excessive intake of purines in the diet or excessive production of uric acid by the body; - poor elimination of uric acid due to certain types of medication (diuretics, aspirin, etc.) or a kidney abnormality.

What can I do to prevent gout attacks?

The main advice is to adapt your lifestyle and follow certain dietary hygiene rules: avoid being overweight, keep sufficiently and regularly hydrated with water, take part in regular moderate physical exercise and, above all, avoid or limit foods rich in purines (offal, shellfish, game, beer with or without alcohol, etc.) or fructose (sweetened soft drinks such as colas and other fruit juices), which are sources of uric acid. See the advice section.

What can you do to treat gout?

An inflamed joint requires a quick visit to the doctor. In the meantime, the pain can be relieved with ice and possibly a painkiller such as ibuprofen.

If gout attacks are frequent, it may be worth paying attention to your lifestyle. Try to lose excess weight, increase your physical activity and cut down on certain foods. Certain products are rich in purines, which break down into uric acid. These include meat (especially offal and game), fish, shellfish, alcohol (especially beer) and sugary drinks. Similarly, it's best to eat low-fat dairy products. Eating foods that are less rich in purines can help to lower uric acid levels in the blood and reduce the frequency of gout attacks. Avoiding purine altogether is not possible, nor does it make much sense.

How is gout diagnosed?

The doctor will ask you questions and carry out a detailed clinical examination. He will want to know if this is the first time you have had an inflamed joint. He will also check whether the pain occurs in other places or whether you have any other problems and/or are taking any medication. He or she may also talk to you about your diet. It may be important to mention any recent infections or tick bites. The aim of the examination is to rule out any sores, to make sure that the joint is inflamed and to examine other joints as well. A general examination may also be advisable.

A blood test is often carried out to determine uric acid levels. Concentrations usually rise in gout, but values are often low during an acute attack. If there is any doubt about the diagnosis, the doctor will take a sample of joint fluid for microscopic analysis.

7 Komentarai

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    Paskelbta 20. rugsėjo 2022 adresu 15:34

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