These three signs warn you that your uric acid exceeds the standard, so you should check it in time

According to statistics, there are about 120 million people with hyperuricemia in China. However, most of hyperuricemia do not develop into gout. Even so, the threat of hyperuricemia to health can not be underestimated. < / P > < p > high uric acid exists in the blood, which will damage the whole body. In the human body, it likes to “attack” four organs and tissues: joints, kidneys, blood vessels and islets. < / P > < p > many people know that hyperuricemia is the main culprit of gouty arthritis. High uric acid has long been notorious for destroying joints. Every gout patient is suffering from joint pain, often in the late night tear like, knife like pain, from the first metatarsophalangeal joint, gradually spread to the ankle, knee, wrist, interphalangeal joints. If uric acid is not well controlled, a large number of deposits in the joint cavity, for a long time will cause joint deformity, painful. < / P > < p > uric acid deposition caused by hyperuricemia occurs not only in joints, but also in kidneys. Because uric acid is excreted through the kidney, high concentration of uric acid excretion is easy to crystallize and deposit in the renal tubules, interstitium and other locations, and become urinary calculi, inducing acute uric acid nephropathy. If uric acid crystals deposit for a long time, it will evolve into chronic interstitial nephritis, causing chronic renal function damage and even renal failure. < / P > < p > hyperuricemia also causes great damage to blood vessels. Studies have shown that hypertension patients with hyperuricemia, will cause more serious stimulation and damage to the vascular wall, increase the difficulty of blood pressure recovery; at the same time, hyperuricemia will aggravate the condition of coronary heart disease, or increase the risk of atherosclerosis. In addition, hyperuricemia is harmful to islets. The proportion of diabetes patients with hyperuricemia is as high as 25%, because the deposition of uric acid crystals in the islets will damage the islet beta; cells, induce glucose metabolism disorders, and eventually lead to diabetes. < p > < p > after drinking water, the patient may still feel thirsty and may not be able to relieve the symptoms of hyperuricemia. This is because the kidney deposits too much toxin, need a lot of water to maintain metabolism, and sleep just when the body will lose a lot of water. So often appear to sleep thirsty people, to pay attention to whether uric acid is too high. < / P > < p > abnormal urination before bedtime may also be a signal of high uric acid. If there is a problem with kidney metabolism, the color of urine before going to bed may be strong tea color, or even a lot of froth. Often appear this kind of urine abnormality, had better also go to check blood uric acid concentration. < / P > < p > because the highest level of uric acid is in people’s sleep, patients with hyperuricemia are prone to glomerular blockage and even necrosis during sleep. On the surface, they will show severe lower limb edema and eyelid edema. < / P > < p > compared with other chronic diseases, hyperuricemia is relatively easy to control. The following four aspects can effectively help you relieve the “threat” of hyperuricemia. < / P > < p > uric acid mainly comes from dietary intake, low purine diet is the basic means to control the level of uric acid. Animal offal, high sugar drinks and alcohol should be avoided. Red meat, seafood and desserts should also be restricted. Only by eating more low-fat or fat free food, eating more vegetables, drinking no less than 1500ml of water every day, keeping exercise and controlling body weight, can uric acid be maintained at a normal level. < / P > < p > metabolic diseases or chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, coronary heart disease, and chronic kidney disease may cooperate with hyperuricemia and cause greater harm. Therefore, to actively treat these diseases, we can choose some drugs with the function of lowering uric acid at the same time. < / P > < p > if the patients with hyperuricemia have no symptoms, it is generally not recommended to carry out the treatment of reducing uric acid, and it can be mainly controlled by diet and exercise. However, hyperuricemia patients with cardiovascular disease, or cardiovascular disease risk, should be treated with hypouricemic drugs. < / P > < p > if patients with chronic diseases are complicated with hyperuricemia, they should also pay attention to avoid using drugs that will increase the concentration of uric acid, such as corticosteroids, insulin, furosemide, thiazide diuretics, pyrazinamide, niacin and low-dose aspirin. In order to prevent the secondary hyperuricemia after radiotherapy and chemotherapy, it is better to hydrate and alkalize the urine of cancer patients before and after radiotherapy and chemotherapy. < / P > < p > of course, we have always said that the best medicine is a healthy lifestyle. It is the safest to prevent everything before it happens, so that uric acid can never rise to a high level. PARRENT&CHILDREN