Home remedies to Prevent Kidney Stones


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Home remedies to Prevent Kidney Stones

Those patients who have suffered pain due to Kidney Stones , they say that they should do whatever they have done to prevent it from occurring. Because if this happens once, the patient has to face unbearable pain.

When the quantity of some chemicals increases in urine, then they start making crystals in the kidneys, which are called stones. In most cases it is formed when calcium content is found with oxalate or phosphorus. Pati can be made even if there is excessive uric acid in urine.

Men are more likely to have kidney stones than women, and this is mostly in individuals 20 to 40 years of age.
The pain of the stones arises repeatedly and suddenly and it can also be quite unmanageable. Typically, small stones come out without any difficulty in urination. But when it gets big then the urine gets spoiled in the path and the urine flow starts to stop. Large stones can also damage the urinary tract.


By making some changes in your lifestyle, you can easily stay away from kidney stones.

Home remedies for stopping stones

> Drink plenty of water to keep urine slim

    > Drinking a small quantity of water can cause great damage to your kidneys, and the possibility of         

        having   a stone may increase significantly.


     > Drinking plenty of water helps the kidney to take out the waste product, otherwise it is formed in the 

        kidney to form crystals.

According to the National Kidney Foundation, due to excessive consumption of fluids, the possibility of calculus in kidneys can be greatly reduced.

In the morning, its dilution can be detected by the color of urine. Normally, the color of urine is dark yellow in the morning, because at night more waste is accumulated in the kidneys, which in the morning passes through urination. But if your urine is dark red and remains the same throughout the day, then it means that you do not consume enough water.

A healthy person should drink at least 10 to 12 glasses of water daily. However, do not overuse it, because it can increase the extra burden on your kidney and you may get urine again and again.

To keep your body hydrated, you can eat other natural liquids like Sun Tea juice, lemonade, water rich fruits and vegetables besides water.

To reduce the amount of oxalate, eat foods containing calcium.
When the calcium deficiency in food increases the amount of oxalate in the body, thereby increases the likelihood of becoming stones. Calcium of the diet is found in the intestine with the oxalate, so that it is not absorbed in the blood and later it is not stored in the kidney.

According to a 1997 study, taking more calcium content in the diet reduces the chance of symptomatic kidney stones, but the possibility of taking calcium supplements increases.
Therefore, eat more calcium-rich foods such as milk and milk products (dairy products). Also, sit in the morning milk for 15 minutes. Doing this will increase the amount of vitamin D in your body. Vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium from the diet.

Do not consume calcium supplements (tablets).

Reduce the consumption of oxalate foods
Excessive consumption of oxalate foods increases the likelihood of becoming stones. Oxalate prevents the absorption of calcium in the body, making calcium-oxalate crystals in the kidneys.

Those who have high risk of calcium should reduce their intake of oxalate foods. The following are some of the foods containing oxalate – spinach, cauliflower, beetroot, oregano, okra, Swiss chard, rhubarb, chocolate, soy milk and strawberries.
Also, bring your vitamin C intake to the appropriate level, because it consumes more vitamins than it turns into oxalate.

Reduce salt intake to reduce the level of sodium
By consuming highly sodium foods, the amount of calcium in the urine increases. It also increases the urinary protein, which increases the likelihood of kidney diseases.

Additionally, kidney has to work hard to get extra sodium out of the body.
To avoid the stones, take a low-sodium diet. According to doctors, salt should not be consumed more than 5 grams daily.

People who have frequent stones should reduce the salt in their diet. Instead of taking salt, eat other alternatives such as Si salt, herbs and spices.

Reduce intake of sugar and artificial sweetener
The consumption of high sugar foods, drinks, sweets, etc. can also be stone.
In some cases, fructose (a type of sugar) can be converted into oxalate. Also, artificial sweeteners interfere in the functioning of kidneys and increase the likelihood of stones.

Try to reduce your intake of sugar. Use natural sweeteners like organic honey, etc. instead of sugar for sweetness in tea coffee etc.
Red meat consumption
Protein in red meat is good for your health, but excessive intake of it increases the likelihood of becoming stomach in the kidneys. Taking more protein increases the metabolic load on the kidney and reduces its efficiency. As a result of this, kidney protein begins to produce nitrogen in biododide during the digestion.
Also, red meat contains substances called purine, which increases the production of uric acid in the body. This reduces the pH of piss to make it more acidic. Uric Acid Kidney Stone can be formed when high concentrations of acid in urine.

Exercise daily to control weight
If there is obesity and overweight in the body, the chances of becoming a kidney stone increase. So control your weight by doing daily exercises and yoga.
Most people with obesity consuming excess food like fatty foods and refined sugars, and consuming less fluids. It is harmful for all kidneys.

Apart from this, by living a sedentary and sluggish lifestyle, the calcium of the bones starts dissolving in the blood, causing the stone to be formed. According to a study published in 2014, regular exercise is less likely to cause kidney stones, depression and diabetes.
Moderate exercises and yoga for at least 30 minutes daily. Also, take care of your diet to keep body weight in control.

Stay away from soda and carbonated drinks
Drinking excess of soda and carbonated drinks can lead to stomach. Soda contains phosphoric acid which is the pH of urine, which increases the likelihood of becoming stones. Excessive consumption of these products can also cause kidney damage and can lead to virulent kidney stones.
According to a medical study published in 1999, consuming soda causes adverse changes in the kidney, which increases the likelihood of calcium-oxalate kidneys.

Therefore, to stay away from the stones, stay away from the soda and drink plenty of water.

Do not consume fluoride water
Eating fluoride water also increases the likelihood of becoming a stone.
Fluoride damages the dental layer of teeth and makes it faint and spotty. So if your teeth appear to be dull and spotty, then you understand that you consume excess fluoride water.

Use the reverse-osmosis filter to get rid of this problem. This filter separates extra fluoride from the water. Many branded filters in the market come with reverse-osmosis process.
Drink fruits and vegetables in ruffle quantity
If you have a problem of frequent stones, then eat fruits and vegetables everyday. Most fruits and vegetables contain plenty of magnesium, fiber, potassium, citrate and antioxidants, which protect against stones.

Magnesium is essential for the absorption and conservation of calcium in the body. It also prevents calcium from joining the oxalate. The combination of calcium and oxalate is the most common cause of stones.