Shoes without stability worsen gout pain
Sandals may look comfortable, but they can also worsen gout pain, says a study by the University of Auckland in New Zealand. Gout is a form of arthritis caused by too much uric acid in the blood and causes severe pain, according to the authors of the research. People with gout often use wrong types of shoes, which worsens pain, discomfort and imbalance. in the extremities of the body, especially in the toes and knees. It is most common in men, starting at age 50. Factors such as smoking and alcohol intake also increase the chances of the disease.
The study was done with 500 patients who had enrolled in rheumatology clinics. The volunteers answered a questionnaire about the types of footwear they used and the intensity of gout pains they felt during the day. From these data, scientists noted that 42% of participants wore shoes that worsen gout pains, such as sandals, slippers and loafers. They are not indicated for those who have the disease since they do not provide support, stability and control.
According to experts, walking shoes and for physical exercise are the most indicated for those who have this form of arthritis , because they are the ones that give more stability and greater impact absorption.
In addition, the study also showed that half of the footwear used by people analyzed had more than one year of use, another factor that can increase the pain of those who suffer with a drop.
Soda increases the chance of gout
Women who consume drinks rich in fructose, such as soft drinks and orange juice, have a high risk of developing gout, according to another study by the University of British Columbia, during the Annual Scientific Meeting of the American College of Rheumatology, in the United States.
Study participants who consumed a soda per day were compared to those they drink only once a month. In the first group, a 1.7% higher risk of developing gout was found. Those who consumed two or more cans of soda per day had a 2.4% greater risk.
In relation to the consumption of orange juice, participants who consumed a glass of orange juice per day had a 1.4 risk % greater to develop gout and those who consumed two or more glasses of juice per day had a 2.4% greater risk.
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