Women need to be aware of all the risks of lithotripsy which can lead to high blood pressure or/and diabetes.
London, UK (PRWEB) January 09, 2012
Those women who suffer from kidney stones must use Dr Allen’s therapeutic device in the same way as men states, Fine Treatment. Although some researchers think that there are some differences between men and women having a kidney stone there is no evidence to dispute it.
The kidney stone development starts out as minute pieces of crystals, forming out of salt and minerals that are circulating in blood. For some reason the kidney is not able to excrete some crystals through urine. Often times, this may be due to an excess of these ingredients in the blood because of eating habits or lack of liquid intake to keep these elements soluble enough to be washed out. However, once the development of kidney stones commence it is very unlikely that it stops without help.
According to National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) the prevalence of kidney stones rises dramatically as men enter their 40s and continues to rise into their 70s. For women, the prevalence of kidney stones peaks in their 50s. Once a person gets more than one stone, other stones are likely to develop. According to Emedicinehealth there are slight differences in occurrences and symptoms. Dr. Allen has supervised hundreds of patients with kidney stones and believes that men whose diets are high in animal protein and spirits may be at higher risk for the kidney stones development rather than women. That’s it.
“It is important to know that kidney stones grow inside the kidney’s tissue and not separately from the tissue”, says Dr Allen. “Women need to be aware of all the risks of lithotripsy which can lead to high blood pressure or/and diabetes.”
Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) shocks a kidney and the organs around. As a result different complications may follow. New Thermobalancing Therapy is the only natural way to improve the blood flow in the affected kidney that slowly reverses the process of kidney stones formation and dissolves kidney stones completely; see the video on this page. It is well known that blood cleanses the body from various ‘foreign invaders’, so it slowly washes out kidney stones as well. For more information please visit http://www.finetreatment.co.uk/natural-alternative/kidney-stone-treatment.html.
About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment:
His specialty is in the cardio-vascular field and he treated patients with coronary heart disease, joints, kidneys and prostate conditions and later subsequently headed a hospital. Fine Treatment produces and distributes devices for chronic prostatitis and BPH treatment, coronary heart disease and recovery after a heart attack, to dissolve kidney stones and to relieve back pain.