Kidney Stones

Kidney stones, also known as renal calculi, nephrolithiasis, or urolithiasis, are solid deposits composed of minerals and salts that develop within the kidneys. These formations can vary in size and can be extremely painful when they pass through the urinary tract.

Causes of Kidney Stones:

Kidney stones can be caused by a variety of factors, which may include:

This medical condition can lead to the formation of kidney stones primarily made of calcium oxalates and phosphates.

Uric Acid Excess:
Excessive levels of uric acid in the body can result in the development of uric acid stones.

Diet Rich in Dairy:
Consuming a diet high in dairy products can increase the risk of calcium-based stones.

Obstruction in Urethra:
Any blockage or obstruction in the urinary tract can impede the flow of urine and promote stone formation.

Chronic Bladder Infections:
Repeated and persistent bladder infections can contribute to the development of kidney stones.

This is a genetic disorder that causes an abnormal buildup of cystine in the urine, leading to cystine stones.

Sarcoidosis, a rare inflammatory disease, can occasionally lead to kidney stone formation.

Prolonged Use of Catheter:
The extended use of a urinary catheter can be a risk factor for stone development.

Excess Body Weight:
Obesity and being overweight can be associated with an increased risk of kidney stones.

Certain Supplements and Medications:
Some supplements and medications can contribute to the formation of kidney stones.

LMNT Sanjeevani role in managing Kidney stones:

LMNT Sanjeevani offers treatments designed to address kidney stones in various ways, including:

Improving Blood Flow to the Kidney:
Enhanced blood circulation to the kidneys can help in flushing out waste products and preventing stone formation.

Diluting Metabolic Waste:
LMNT Sanjeevani treatments work to reduce the concentration of metabolic waste products such as calcium, phosphate, oxalates, urates, cystine, and uric acid in the urine, thus decreasing the risk of stone formation.

Rectifying Renal Tubular Acidosis:
This treatment aims to correct any abnormalities in the kidney’s acid-base balance, which can be a contributing factor in stone development.

Enhancing Metabolism:
By stimulating the thyroid gland, LMNT Sanjeevani treatments promote improved overall body metabolism.

Stimulating Somatostatin Production:
The stimulation of somatostatin from the pancreas can inhibit the formation of kidney stones.

Treating Infection and Inflammation:
LMNT Sanjeevani treatments can also address infections and inflammation within the kidneys, which are potential factors in stone formation.

These interventions offered by LMNT Sanjeevani aim to provide a comprehensive approach to the prevention and management of kidney stones by addressing both underlying causes and symptoms associated with this condition.



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