If you have suffered from kidney stones in the past, you are higher risk of forming additional stones in the future. The chance of getting new stones can be up to 80 percent. It is possible to decrese the risk by taking preventive measures like making changes in your diet and lifestyle.
I put together a list of “8 ways to avoid kidney stones” that can help you to prevent kidney stones.
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If you have a kidney stone, you already know how uncomfortable the pain can make your life. Depending how large and what shape the stone is, you may experience dull or sharp pain in your side area, lower abdomen or back in the kidney area.
Joe Barton – the medical researcher, has found a good way to dissolve and pass kidney stones using a very common beverage and green vegetable – the Coca-Cola and asparagus.
If you have a calcium oxalate, or any other type of kidney stones, you probably feel a terrible sharp pains. The reason why these kidney stones cause too much pain, is because they are loose and have a razor-sharp edges. When the stone tries to pass out of the urinary tract it causes pain and damages the organ.
Get Rid of Kidney Stones with Lemon Juice
Because the lemon juice is very acidic, it can be use to dissolve calcium kidney stones.
Take about 20 lemons and cut them half. Then squeeze the lemon juice out from them. After you’re prepared, drink straight 8 ounces of pure lemon juice. Wait for about one hour, next add 1 ounce of lemon juice to 8 ounces of glass of water then drink it straight. Drink the water and lemon juice mixture every hour until you run out of the juice.
Kidney stones are hard, crystalline materials that can lodge anywhere along in urinary tract. They can vary in sizes. Some are so small that you might not notice them, and some are too wide which causes a problem. Calcium oxalate is the most common form of kidney stones, about 80% of the total incidence. So what are the symptoms of kidney stones?
What are kidney stones?
Kidney stones are hard crystalline materials, formed in the kidney or in the urinary tract. They are made from chemicals in the urine and they may be as small as a grain of sand or as large as a golf balls – or even larger.