Kidney Stone Treatment Affordable & Best
Kidney Stone Treatment is complex, it is a rock like mass made up of tiny crystals in kidney. Kidney stones are formed when substances which are normally found in the urine become highly concentrated. Kidney stones vary in size. Small stones travel through the Urinary Tract and pass on its own while larger stone may get stuck along the urinary tract causing severe pain or bleeding and can block the flow of urine. Kidney Stone Treatment is must then and there are many ways to cure it.
CAUSES OF KIDNEY STONE
- Factors that increase your risk of developing kidney stones include:
- Hypercalciuria: urine contains unusually large amounts of calcium.
- Hyperparathyroidism: extra calcium in the blood.
- Dehydration: Not drinking enough water each day can increase your risk of kidney stones.
- Gout: painful swelling of the joints
- Blockage of the Urinary Tract
- Family history of kidney stones, you are more likely to develop stones, too.
- Certain Diets: A diet that is high in protein, sodium and sugar
- Being obese: High body mass index (BMI), large waist size and weight gain
- Digestive diseases and surgery: Gastric bypass surgery, inflammatory bowel disease or chronic diarrhea.
- Other Medical conditions: Renal tubular acidosis, Cystinuria, Hyperparathyroidism, certain medications and some urinary tract infections.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF KIDNEY STONE
- Nausea and vomiting
- pain on urination
- urinating small amounts of urine
- extreme pain in the side and back, below ribs
- urinating more often than usual
- pain that spreads to the lower abdomen and groin
- red, pink or brown urine
- cloudy or foul-smelling urine
- fever and chills if an infection is present
EXAMS & TESTS FOR KIDNEY STONE
- Blood testing
- Urine testing
- Imaging: simple abdominal X-rays ultrasound
- High-speed or dual energy computerized tomography (CT
- Intravenous Pyelogram
Times Of India article dated Mar 28, 2016
Remember the time when you forgot to put your phone on 'Do Not Disturb' mode and woke up to a stinker email by your boss? You had a mini heart attack and couldn't even carry on with your daily routine after that. You ended up screaming at people on the road, not responding to your family and friends properly and even skipping your meals for rest of the day. Well, this is exactly what your inbox does to you.
According to researchers, work emails are one of the biggest stress-inducing factors for working professionals. And, when these emails continue to flood your inbox even after the working hours, you cannot help but suffer from anxiety disorders, heart problems and headaches, revealed a report by Daily Mail. This is perhaps the reason why employers' federations and unions in France decided to put a ban on work emails post 6pm for employees covered under the agreement, back in 2014.
In India, particularly in metro cities, people spend most time on the move - commuting to and fro the workplace. They leave early in the morning and return late at night, with practically no time for themselves. On top of this, when they are asked to log in from home, they start to feel burdened and stressed out, resulting in burnout and poor performance at work. Dr Atul Verma, Clinical Psychologist, SCI International Hospital adds, "Stress can lead to anxiety disorders because you are constantly worried about receiving an email from your employer to work on something important. This way you can never relieve yourself from work."
Dr Kashissh A Chhabriaa, Counselling Psychologist blames the unrealistic expectations of employers in this context. Employees are forced to take work home and be available 24x7, which severely affects their health. Sandhya … Continue Reading ››