Gout in Your Feet

Far Infrared Energy in Socks Disoloves Gout

Do YOU Have the Symptoms of Gout?

Are any of  the joints in your feet (especially your big toe joint), red, painful or swollen? Then there is a good chance you do have gout.

The good news for most people, is you can alleviate the symptoms of gout in a relatively short period of time.

Gout is a systemic disease caused by the buildup of uric acid in the joints of your toes, feet and ankles.

Your diet is too acidic putting your body into “uric acid” overload. It crystallizes and accumulates in your joints causing friction, swelling, pain and dysfunction.

Signs and Symptoms of Gout:

  • Big Toe Joint Inflammation
  • Swollen joints in the foot and toes
  • Point Tenderness in the joint of the first toe
  • Touching or moving the joint is intensely painful
  • Patients often say it hurts to have as much as a bed sheet over the toe
  • Gout develops quickly
  • Symptoms typically occur in only one joint at a time
  • May develop in two or three joints simultaneously, but this is rare

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Common Causes of Gout

The liver may produce more uric acid than the body can excrete in the urine. A diet of rich foods (red meat, cream sauces, saturated fats and red wine) adds more uric acid into the bloodstream than the kidneys can filter. A condition called hyperuricemia is most often the result.

Over time, the uric acid crystallizes and settles in the joint spaces, most commonly in the first joint (metatarsal phalangeal) of the big toe or in the ankle joint.

Excess sugars, grains and processed meats in your diet increases acidity in your body. Alcohol, especially beer increases levels of uric acid.

You probably have no desire to change your diet overnight. If you're use to a diet of rich foods it's  hard to get excited about loading up on fresh vegetables and fruits.

 

6 Alternative Diet Remedies for Gout

Still, you can counter the high levels of uric acid in your system by adding one or more of the following remedies to your daily routine.

  1. Glass of lemon water first thing in the morning
  2. Teaspoon of baking soda in warm glass
  3. Celery seed juice or eat fresh celery
  4. Black cherry juice
  5. Teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of water
  6. Apple cider vinegar

 

Far Infrared Therapy Socks - Relieve Gout

Our fir therapy socks help in a number of ways to alleviate gout. Far infrared rays increase micro-circulation by dilating blood vessels and capillaries in the feet. Relieving pain, swelling and soreness in the joints.

Far infrared rays actually breakdown uric acid crystals. The buildup of which is the direct cause of gout. It also improves cellular functioning and the removal of toxins and waste from your system.

When you wear our far infrared socks during the day or to bed, you can feel confident that micro-circulation is improving, toxins are being flushed, fresh nutrients and oxygen are reaching the cellular level, and uric acid levels are being reduced.

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Guide to Preventing Gout

Alcohol and rich foods are primary contributors to excessive uric acid levels. Although some patients have a genetic predisposition to excessive uric acid production, most gout patients have normal kidneys and uncontrolled dietary habits. Prevention is the best defense against the disease. .

Often people who are afflicted with gout continue to indulge, and suffer frequent painful attacks, as a result. The continued accumulation of uric acid in the joints eventually damages them, seriously inhibiting movement.

Traditional medication makes it possible to live with gout, but Far Infrared Rays will actually help to break down the uric acid crystals and reduce the acidity levels in the blood.


Complications of Gout: Where high uric acid has been present for a long time and acute gout has been frequent and severe, deposits of uric acid salts may appear around the affected joint and even in tissues elsewhere, such as the ears. These are seen as chalk colored nodules called "tophi". Their presence indicates the need for treatment with a long term uric acid lowering drugs.

High uric acid levels and recurrent gout are often associated with high blood pressure, which your doctor will check and treat, as necessary. This combination of hyperuricemia and high blood pressure, can lead to kidney damage. We suggest consulting with your doctor on a regular basis to check and monitor the levels of uric acid in your system.
 
Wear Prolotex™ FIR Socks on a consistent basis and you will notice an improvement in the overall health in your feet and toes. es.

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Invasive Test Proves if You Have Gout

The most reliable way to diagnose gout is to examine the joint fluid for uric acid crystals. Your doctor will do this by drawing fluid from the joint with a needle and examining it under a polarized light microscope. The test is invasive, the results are definitive, and a positive result facilitates proper treatment and quick relief.

 

7 FREE Tips for Gout Sufferers:

  1. Wear Prolotex™ Far Infrared Socks to help break down the uric acid crystals in your toe joints.
  2. Regular exercise, like walking, helps to improve the circulation down into your toes.
  3. Reduce the intake of foods with higher acid levels - like red meat, candies, cakes and cookies.
  4. Be aware of your personal emotional stress levels and take steps to reduce stressful situations.
  5. Drink plenty of fresh water to flush out the acid buildups.
  6. Reduce your sugar and alcohol intake - Very important!
  7. Wear a fresh, clean pair of Prolotex™ Far Infrared Socks every day, to help improve the micro-circulation in your feet.

 

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