Kidney Stone Pain! What are Kidney Stones? What causes them? Can I pass them tonight?

If you know the pain that comes with a kidney stone, then you know pain worse than childbirth! Unfortunately, about 1 in every 20 people develop kidney stones sometime in their lifetime. And more unfortunately, if you have developed a kidney stone in the past, you are more likely to develop one again. Therefore it is extremely important to educate yourself on kidney stones and how to prevent future kidney stones.

The Science of the Kidney Stone

Kidney stones (renal lithiasis) are usually formed because of a poor diet and not enough fluids in the body. As the body begins to produce the liquid waste (urine) the concentrated urine minerals and substances form crystals on the kidneys. Over time, the victim will begin to develop hardened stones that can cause excruciating pain. As the stones evolve in size, so does the pain associated with them.

Kidney stones have been a disorder that have been documented in many civilizations. In fact, research has uncovered that even Egyptians (during times of pyramid building) developed kidney stones. It is no wonder considering that you are more likely to develop a kidney stone if you live in a hot and humid climate. The reason is because kidney stones develop because of lack of hydration or liquid to the body. Usually people living closer to the equator develop kidney stones because of the body’s need to be well hydrated. Also, people living in countries with poor water sanitation are also more likely to develop kidney stones because of lack of clean water for consumption.

Causes of Kidney Stones

Research has shown that there are various causes for kidney stones. However, most often kidney stones are caused by not drinking enough fluids (especially water). You might also develop kidney stones from family history, a poor diet, low levels of activity, climate (hotter and humid climates), specific diseases (renal tubular acidosis, cystinuria, gout, and urinary tract infections) and some prescribed medications (check with your doctor). Though the cause of your kidney stone might be hard to trace back, it is very important you discover the cause! After you discover the cause, it is easier to alter your lifestyle to prevent kidney stones in the future. If your cause is lack of fluids? After the kidney stone passes, you should drink at least 8 glasses of water per day to prevent future cases.

Can You Cure Yourself from Kidney Stones

The answer is ‘Yes’! You can personally cure yourself from kidney stones in less than three hours with only two grocery items. In fact, this remedy (recommended by some doctors is the natural cure many prescription companies and many doctors don’t want you to know about) has helped thousands of my customers successfully pass their kidney stones! However, the second option is a doctor recommending you drink about 10 glasses of water a day until you flush them out. You will also need to take pain medication during this procedure which could last weeks to months. The third option would consist of a medical treatment called extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL). This treatment uses sound waves to break up the kidney stone allowing it to pass out of your system.

Finally, if all of these three options were guaranteed for you to pass your kidney stone; what option would you choose? Of course, option #1 (simple natural cure that works in 3 hours) would obviously be an easy choice if it was guaranteed! If this option was guaranteed to work you would save hundreds of dollars with no doctor appointment, no medication and no sound wave treatment! Fortunately, a leading natural health company, Barton Publishing Inc. does guarantee their natural remedy to work in 3 hours or you don’t pay a cent! Join the other thousands and pass your kidney stone tonight!

Dissolve and Pass Your Kidney Stones Today

Yours for Excellent Health,

Joe

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