Preventing Kidney Stones: A Guide to Prevent Kidney Stones | Paperback
by Charles Ray (Author)
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June 28, 2016
• Preventing Kidney Stones A Guide to Prevent Kidney Stones
Product Description This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to prevent kidney stone formation. This informative book on kidney stones is a must have if you or any of your friends or family members are suffering from kidney stones. The book provides detailed information how you can prevent kidney stone formation in the first place and show kidney stone patients how they can treat the kidney stone problem. The book discusses the causes of the kidney stone, risk factors, the different types of stones, symptoms and when to see a doctor. The book discusses detailed on kidney stone prevention diet. You may know fluid intake is important to prevent kidney stone formation, but different fluids offer different benefits, which fluid to choose and at what amount. Excess salt is harmful to high blood pressure, but it can also affect kidney stone patients too.
Kidney stones mostly consist of a compound known as calcium oxalate. Kidney stones arise due to the accumulation of soluble minerals salts on the inner wall of the kidneys. These mineral deposits grow to big size like a golf ball and maintain a crystalline structure. Sometimes these kidney stones are small and may be passed out through the urinary tract unnoticed. However, they may also be accompanied by extreme pain while exiting. Yes, the pain can be that excruciating that most would rather...
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