You may have seen on TV how a small kidney stone conquers tough guys. One second ago, A tough guy with a tiger’s back and a bear’s waist, Stand upright. Suddenly I covered my stomach, Wooping all over the floor. It may be a little exaggerated on TV, But the colic of kidney stones is still quite painful. In our country, Kidney stones are also a common disease. Relevant reports show that The incidence of renal calculi in China is 1% ~ 5%, That is, about 65 million people are deeply troubled by kidney stones. Kidney stones are mostly found in 25-40 years old. In addition, People who have had kidney stones are at risk of recurrence. However, kidney stones are more likely to occur in summer. Summer is the [spring] of kidney stones. At present, some scholars believe that, High temperature and relative water shortage are the factors that lead to the high incidence of kidney stones in summer. At high temperature, Because of the large amount of water lost, However, we have relatively insufficient water intake or inappropriate liquid composition, Causing a water shortage in the body. This water shortage may cause urine concentration. When urine is concentrated, Minerals and acid salts may turn into fine hard deposits, The formation of kidney stones. Calculi formed by the accumulation of mineral crystals, As small as gravel, As big as a golf ball, Size varies. How to prevent kidney stones in summer from the formation process of kidney stones, As we know, Moisture is the key, Drinking plenty of water is necessary. Diet is also important to prevent stones. Foods rich in oxalates, Such as nuts and some vegetables, With a diet high in protein, salt and sugar, It may lead to an increase in calcium salt in the kidney, Thus increasing the risk of kidney stones. Kidney stones often do not cause major problems, However, when stones enter the ureter from the kidney, they often cause problems. When stones enter the bladder through the ureter, they will cause severe pain. At the same time, many people may have various symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, visible hematuria or fever. If the above symptoms occur, they should be alert to the possibility of kidney stones and seek medical treatment in time.