In summer, soft drinks market is good, but drinking too much, it is possible to drink out of kidney stones
In summer, as temperatures rise day by day, all kinds of drinks, especially soda drinks are people's favorite. However, although drinking soft drinks to quench their thirst, if not pay attention to a degree, it will cause harm to the body. For example, drinking too much soft drink, it is possible to drink out of kidney stones.
Yesterday, Southwest Hospital, associate professor of urology Wu Xiaojun said that summer is the high incidence of gallstone general incidence of stones in summer than in other seasons by about 20%, of which more than half of the patients was 20 to 45 years for men, and more for oxalic acid calcium stones. The reason is simple: much sweat, urine discharge less, drink soft drink more and drink less boiled water.
When to drink soft drink as water, you may drink out of kidney stones
Beverages sugar, phosphate, etc. in drink will accelerate the loss of calcium
Studies have found that:
Drank more than a bottle of sugary drinks
Increased 23% risk of getting kidney stones
U.S. Women's Hospital, Bristol Beckham researchers conducted a follow-up study to more than 194,000 people for eight years, founding that to drink more than a bottle of sugary drinks a day increases the chance of suffering from kidney stones by 23%. The study also found that sugary juice may also cause kidney stones risk.
The researchers noted that there is no clear evidence that sugary drinks will only increase risk of kidney stones,chronic kidney disease treatment is certain that, like diabetes, cardiovascular disease and obesity are associated with the formation of kidney stones. And to stay away from kidney stones, drink plenty of water is the best choice.
In summer, it is the best to drink 3 liters of water a day
(About 5 to 6 bottles of mineral water)
Professor Wu said that summer is the peak season for incidence of urinary tract stones in southern China and a higher incidence of urinary tract stones, indicating that in addition to pathological factors urolithiasis, it is also heat-related. Whether which type of your stone is, the most important preventive measure is to increase water intake. Water can dilute the urine and prevent high concentrations of salts and minerals accumulate into stones.
"According to two liters a day's urine output calculations, the best summer daily intake of about 3 liters of water (about 5 to 6 bottles of mineral water)." Professor Wu said, people generally 2 to 3 hours to urinate once, it can follow this time to calculate whether their water intake is adequate, if not enough, we must replenish moisture.
If you already have a urinary tract stones, you should eat more alkaline normal diet of vegetables and fruits, such as pineapple, apples, carrots, beans, etc., eat foods high in calcium, such as milk, dairy products, chocolate, eat high oxalate-containing spinach, asparagus.
These habits are also making you prone to get stones
In addition to drink, what other risk factors susceptible to stones? Professor Wu summed up the following points:
1. In particular, stones prefer people like sweets and meat. Because this kind of people intake more fat and cholesterol, it is likely to form cholesterol stones. Wu said that excessive intake of sweets may promote insulin secretion and accelerate cholesterol deposition.
2. Some young people often do not eat breakfast; it would reduce the acid content of bile concentration, excessive secretion of glycoprotein, the particulate matter in bile gather together to form stones.
3. Improper taking calcium causes various stones. In clinical found that many people with calcium stones and these people who reported having symptoms of calcium deficiency examination were surprised to discover that their calcium is much higher than normal. Fact is that these people were liver gallbladder and other organs of metabolic dysfunction or decreased sex hormone levels lead to "false calcium deficiency",kidney failure treatment the result is the more calcium, the heavier the gallstone disease.
4. The incidence of gallstones for obesity is 5 times higher than normal, 20 to 30-year-old obese women get gallstones than normal-weight peers is six times higher, above 40% obese women aged 60 have gallbladder disease and gallstones