Gall Bladder and Kidney Stones, its causes, symptoms, prevention and its natural treatments

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Gall Bladder and Kidney Stones, Its Causes, Symptoms, Prevention and Its Natural Treatments: A gallstone is a stone formed in the gallbladder of the individual from the bile components. The condition is called cholelithiasis whereas Kidney stone disease is called urolithiasis and it is caused when a solid piece of material forms in the urinary tract.

How Gall bladder and Kidney Stones form?

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Gall bladder is present just beneath our liver and it is the place where bile gets accumulated and then it moves down to the small intestine which helps in digestion of food. It is also the gall bladder where cholesterol gets accumulated for coverts into gall stone in the bladder. This cholesterol generally gets dissolves in the bile present in the gall bladder but at times it does not get dissolved because of slow digestion caused due to certain factors including severe constipation, bad eating habits, indigestion, intake of alcohol and non-vegetarian food and thereafter this cholesterol after mixing with polluted substance turns into stone which is called gallstone. Initially the size of the stones is very small but with the help of other polluted material, these stones get bigger. Small gallstones enter into the intestine through the passage of common bile duct and finally escape with the stools, but when bigger gall stones enters the common bile duct, it produces severe pain called gall stone colic and it continues until they enter into your intestine.

Kidney stones usually form in the kidney and leave the body in the urine stream.  A small stone may pass without causing symptoms. If a stone grows to more than 5 mm, it can cause blockage of the ureter leading to severe pain in the lower back or abdomen.

Symptoms of Gallstones and Kidney Stones

Severe conditions of gallstones include inflammation of the gallbladder, inflammation of the pancreas, and liver inflammation. Symptoms of the same may include crampy pains, fever, yellowish skin, vomiting, or tea-color urine.

Initially, the patient feels irritation in the area around gall bladder just after having food. Then he/she feels the pain around belly button or its right upper part of the abdomen near gall bladder, this pain occurs after meals and reduces only after vomiting. The patient gradually experience lack of appetite. If it is a big gall stone, the pain occurs in the entire area of the stomach and it even travels into the right shoulder. This kind of pain comes suddenly as cramps and lasts for few hours known as biliary colic.

Kidney stone may cause blood in the urine, vomiting, or painful urination.

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Prevention and its Natural Treatments

Whether it is a gall stone or kidney stone, the formation of every sort of stone is related to the functioning of different secretion glands. When the level of bile increases in the body due to bad eating habits and indigestion and the secretions systems stops to work efficiently, in such condition the polluted substances get mixed in the urine and in spite coming out with the urine, they get accumulated in the kidney or gall bladder and turn into gall or kidney stones. Therefore, it is important to improve the eating habits and regularly detoxifying body with ayurvedic methods. This will prevent you from all gall bladder and kidney stones.

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Natural Treatment

Take 6 almonds, 6 munakke (zante currants), 4 grams of muskmelon seeds, 2 cardamoms, 10 grams of rock sugar. Grind all the ingredients well. Add a cup of water to the mixture and thereafter strain the solution. It helps in the treatment of gallstone and kidney stone diseases. It reduces the pain occurs just below your liver, treats nausea and recurrent pains.

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Right Diet for Stones

Eat barley, Lentils, Rice, Bottle Gourd, Bitter-gourd, Pomegranate, Amla, Zante-currants, Pumpkin, olive oil. Eat light and digestible food and avoid fried and oily food. Practice Yogasana.

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Precautionary Diet

Avoid non-vegetarian food and alcohol, drugs, wheat, paneer (cottage cheese), sweets made of milk, spicy and fried food, fermented food like idli, dosa, dhokla, etc. Fatty items and proteins. These food are not digestible especially oil and fried food.

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