Gout Treatment Options to Consider
Spiro Koulouris
Spiro Koulouris
September 24, 2018
Gout is a chronic condition but is a manageable one. Available gout treatment options include the use of medications, diet, lifestyle, and natural remedies.

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Gout and Baking Soda

Does Baking Soda Work for Gout?

Gout and baking soda, does it work? Yes! You can use baking soda to help relieve gout attacks and flare-ups with this natural remedy.
by Spiro Koulouris on February 14, 2018
Cherries and Gout

What’s the Deal With Cherries and Gout?

The link between cherries and gout has long been studied — in fact, the earliest scientific research may go as far back as the 1950s.
119 found this helpful by Lana Barhum and Spiro Koulouris on November 7, 2017
Apple Cider Vinegar for Gout

Can This Simple Pantry Ingredient Help Gout?

Over the past several years, apple cider vinegar for gout has become a mainstream treatment, when it was once an alternative treatment.
127 found this helpful by Krystina Ostermeyer and Spiro Koulouris on October 24, 2017
Natural Treatment for Gout: 4 Natural Options to Try Today

Natural Treatment for Gout: 4 Natural Options to Try Today

Natural treatment for gout includes essential oils, supplements, apple cider vinegar, and nutritional changes. Learn more about your natural options here.
by Krystina Ostermeyer on September 28, 2017
Gout Medication: What Medications Help Prevent Flare-ups and Reduce Pain?

What Gout Medications Help Prevent Flare-ups and Reduce Pain?

Sometimes treating gout takes trial and error approach to figure out what perfect gout medication or combination of medications will work to treat you.
by Krystina Ostermeyer on September 22, 2017
Essential Oils For Gout

Treating Gout Naturally With Essential Oils

If you’re curious about natural ways to treat your gout symptoms, essential oils may help. Try out our list of essential oils for gout.
by Krystina Ostermeyer on July 27, 2017
Potassium and Gout

Soothing Gout With Potassium: Is It Worth the Hype?

Is there a link between potassium and gout? It's recommended that adults consume 4,700 mg of potassium per day — half of what we generally consume!
102 found this helpful by Krystina Ostermeyer on March 22, 2017
Natural Remedies for Gout

Non-Medication Strategies for Coping With Gout

Whether you incorporate one or all of these natural remedies for gout into your daily routine, you may find you have fewer exacerbations and less pain.
71 found this helpful by Krystina Ostermeyer on October 18, 2016
Gout Swelling

Gout Swelling Can Be Prevented And Treated At Home

Gout swelling can be treated just by knowing what it is caused by. For instance, if you eat too much red meat, your joints may become swollen.
356 found this helpful by Yvonne Banks on January 6, 2015
Chronic Gout vs. Acute Gout

How Acute Gout Treatment Differs From Chronic Gout

Gout is a form of arthritis characterized by two forms: acute and chronic gout. The acute gout attacks develop suddenly and last short periods of time.
160 found this helpful by Brenda Vanta on December 2, 2014