What Is Gout?

Gout is a type of arthritis that affects the joints, oftentimes the joint within the feet. Patients who suffer from gout will feel sharp pains in the big toe. The affected joint will flare up, and become red from swelling. Even slight pressure causes an insurmountable amount of pain.
Causes of Gout

Gout is caused by a build-up of solidified uric acid in the joints. Usually, the body has the capacity to process uric acid, which is a by-product of the food we eat already broken down in the bloodstream. The high uric acid will settle in the joints and then crystallize.
Common Triggers

There are two types of triggers, which are both manageable. The first type is a “gout attack,” which is attributed to dehydration. People who drink too much alcohol or coffee, or drink too little water do not have enough fluids in their system to flush out the crystallized uric acid.

The second one is diet-influenced gout. People who eat the following a lot might be a candidate for gout:

·        organ meats like heart, liver, kidney beef

·        seafood, especially those with high purine content like crabs, lobster, scallops

·        artificial sugars, especially those found in soft drinks and store-bought orange juice

Relieve Gout with Kratom

While there is no quick and easy way to cure gout forever, it takes a combination of diet management and natural pain relievers to handle it. Kratom has the capacity to alleviate joint pain without the side effects found in over-the-counter medicines. Strains like Bali Kratom and Malaysian Kratom has fast-acting alkaloids that can help suppress pain. Other strains can also provide extra benefits ranging from an energy boost to relaxation.

Gout can be extremely uncomfortable and painful, especially if your condition is serious. However, the pain is quite manageable with natural remedies. Kratom is an effective pain reliever and can provide fast-action relief when gout attacks. Depending on the strain you use, it can also provide other benefits to help patients get by.


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