Multivitamins That Are Suitable For People With Acid
Hello doc, my father is 64 years old with acid. Level 11, all the legs were attacked, making it difficult to move. Now he is lying on the bed, he is often weak, and wants to consume vitamins to get it fresh again. Approximately what multivitamin is suitable for my father, as he also has a history of acute mag.
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Basically, consumption of multivitamins may be taken as long as taken as needed and recommended by doctors. Consumption of multivitamins in the long term and not as needed is not recommended because it is feared that it can cause side effects that are not good for the body. In addition, there are no studies that show that the consumption of multivitamins in the long run has significant benefits. Freshness of the body is not necessarily obtained only by consuming vitamins.
Gout itself arises due to the presence of uric acid levels in the blood is too high under normal conditions, uric acid dissolves in the blood and will be excreted through urine. But in some conditions the body can produce excessive uric acid and experience interference to get rid of the excess, so that uric acid builds up in the body and causes various symptoms, especially pain and inflammation in small joints.
Pain and swelling due to inflammation in the joints are triggered due to the accumulation of uric acid crystals in the joint. Although usually formed in the joints, uric acid crystals can also form in the kidneys in the urinary tract so that it can interfere with kidney function and cause urinary tract stones.
If your father is still experiencing inflammation in his joints, then medicine is needed to reduce the pain, so I suggest that your father go to an internist. Pain medications used are nonsteroin anti-inflammatory pain drugs (NSAIDs). When the pain has diminished and is not painful, it takes uric acid-lowering drugs. To prevent recurrence of joint pain due to gout, make the following efforts:
Limit consumption of offal, red meat and seafood
Limit / avoid alcoholic drinks
Limit processed nuts and choose vegetables that are safe for gout sufferers
Drink enough water
I hope this helps