Since gout is actually a type of arthritis, you can alleviate the pain that arises from a gout attack. However, prescription drugs, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), which are the norm when it comes to treating gout, have been proven to do you more harm than good. You’re better off practicing holistic techniques. Not only are these methods less expensive compared to buying prescription drugs, but they also pose less health risks.

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