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natural remedies for goutIf you are suffering from gout, you must know how discomforting it can be. There is little you can do to stop or minimize a gout attack. However, there are few remedies you can apply at the comfort of your own home to try and control the gout flare.

Usually, gout attack happens when you have higher than normal levels of uric acid that has accumulated in a joint. This uric crystal will accumulate and eventually form a painful gout flare. There are a number of things that can cause gout. They include alcohol, stress, some foods and some medications that you may be taking. You should try your best and avoid them.

Gout presents itself differently to different people. There are those who will say that it starts with an itching or burning in a specific joint. This are the signs of gout before it starts to flare up. Some people say that the joint may become stiff and a bit sore. This are the main sign of gout that usually happen before it fully attacks. After a number of gout attacks you should be able to know your signals before the gout attacks.

There are people who do not have signs to indicate that the gout is about to attack. Some people will even wake up at the middle of the night with a painful joint. When the gout starts, there is redness, swelling and a lot of pain around the joint. There are some specific places the gout attacks, this include big toe. This also means that it can attack some other joint e.g. wrist, instep and elbow.

When the gout attacks, the pain is too much that you cannot even touch the joint at all. Infect there are people who say that even the touch of a bed sheet is very painful. However there are some natural remedies you can use to control the gout attack.

1. Apple Cider Vinegar

It is used to treat acid stomach and headaches. Studies have shown that it can also be used to treat arthritis and gout too. It is the acidity in the cider vinegar that will be used to treat the acute pain. Some people add honey to aid in the bogy anti-inflammatory response.

The procedure is simple, you should take on teaspoon of pure apple cider vinegar and mix it with a glass of water. You should take this mixture two or three times a day. If this remedy is helpful you may increase the dose to around two teaspoon per glass.

2. Ginger Root

Ginger root has an inflammatory property that is very helpful in treating gout. This helps in relieving the pain and the inflammation. There are a number of ways you can use that are useful to treat gout.

They range from adding a small piece to your cooking ingredients to taking it as it, raw. There are those that add one-half teaspoon of the ginger to boiling water and taking the mixture when it is hot. There are those who make ginger root paste. They then add water and apply the mix to the affected area.

3. Baking Soda

The main cause of gout is the accumulation of gout in the body. Baking soda is a base and can help reduce the amount of the acid in the body. This will in turn help in the relieving of pain.
The procedure is very simple. Take one half teaspoon of baking powder and mix it in a glass full of water. You should take the solution around four times a day. Too much of it is not helpful. You should take for the next two weeks.

4. Lemon Juice

For you to relieve the pain caused by the gout, you have to alkaline the affected joint. The alkaline neutralizes the excess uric acid that is present in the blood stream. This is done easily using lemon juice. Besides taking lemon juice you should also take other fruits that are rich in vitamin C.

5. Cherries

Cherries are taken whether they are sweet or sour. They are very helpful due to their antioxidant properties. They also have anthocyanins that help in reducing inflammations.
You should take around 20 cherries a day if you are suffering from gout.

If you have been struggling with gout for a long time you should try these home remedies that have proven to be very helpful.

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