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The causes of calcium accumulation in the body are heel bumps, dental tartar, and kidney stones

The causes of calcium accumulation in the body are heel bumps, dental tartar, and kidney stones
    Kidney stones and how to know calcium poisoning and natural treatment
    Accumulation of calcium in the body leads to the formation of calcium stones. Most kidney stones are calcium stones, and factors related to diet, high doses of vitamin D, bypass surgeries, and many metabolic disorders can lead to an increased concentration of calcium, or oxalate, in the urine.
    The accumulation of calcium in the body may also be associated with some medications used to treat migraines or seizures. We will learn together, Allah willing, through this article via a suydaly’s website, about the cause of calcium accumulation in the body and teeth and the formation of kidney stones, so follow us.

    Symptoms of excess calcium in the body

    Excess calcium in the body appears through some symptoms that show calcium deposits in many places in the body as follows:
    • The problem of calcium deposits may appear in the form of bone bumps or kidney stones.
    • Bone bumps on the joints.
    • Dental calibration (tartar on the teeth).
    • Calcification in the arteries or brain.
    • breast tissue, skin, eyes, or nerves.

    Causes of calcium deposition and natural remedies

    We explain to you, dear reader, here what causes all this calcification on the tissues of calcium deposition and natural remedies, which are as follows:
    • If you have had an infection or had surgery, you may develop scar tissue or inflammation at the site of the injury.
    It may lead to calcium deposition in the joint as a result of an old injury.
    Lack of movement of the joint leads to more calcium attached to it; Therefore, movement is the best solution for the accumulation of calcium in the joints.
    In addition to using other means to reduce inflammation, such as: taking vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids.
    • Body acidity
    The pH is the next factor that is associated with the accumulation of calcium on the tissues. Normally, the blood should be slightly alkaline, but if the pH of the blood is too high or the blood becomes too alkaline, then one will develop what is called (alkalosis).
    • The state of alkalosis comes because calcium comes out of the solution if the medium is alkaline; If cortisol is high in the body as a result of chronic stress that has been going on for years or eating a lot of sugar over the course of a lifetime; These two things may lead to alkalosis, which may result in the accumulation of calcium on the nerve tissues first, then symptoms of tetany and tremor appear. Sometimes we feel a slight shiver under the eyelid of the left eye, and this is a sign of alkalosis, so at that time it is necessary to increase the acidity in the body by taking apple cider vinegar, for example, as it is a good solution, or increase the acidity of the stomach by taking betaine hydrochloride.
    Your acidity problem may have been caused by years of taking antacids or certain medications.
    To equalize the pH of the body in a safe way, you can eat tomatoes and avoid harmful things, and thus the acidity balance in the body will return as it should.
    • Hypercalcemia, if the percentage of calcium is high in the blood, this calcium may be deposited in different places in the body, which appears in the form of stones in the kidneys. So it starts to accumulate in the body.
    It also causes poisoning with vitamin D when it is excessively consumed, which leads to a state of hypercalcemia, which is a rare condition in general because vitamin D poisoning occurs when consuming thousands of international units of this vitamin, so it is forbidden to take a lot of calcium supplements in the case of hypercalcemia.
    And if there is a problem with the parathyroid glands, in this case it is recommended to take vitamin D3, and the most likely cause is hyperparathyroidism.
    Blood calcium may also rise due to cancer or tumors, and this is also a rare condition.
    1. Other causes of calcium deposits
    Low Phosphorus Phosphorus is found in high proportion in animal products, we need this mineral DNA adenosine triphosphate for energy
    85% of the phosphorous in the body is found in the bones, helping them to be strong.
    This mineral also works with calcium and with vitamin D, so when phosphorus is low in the body, we find a lot of free calcium accumulating in actual different tissues in any place, so eating more phosphorus rids the body of some calcium deposits because it maintains the discipline of the calcium level.
    • Hyperparathyroidism
    We have four parathyroid glands that are located around the thyroid gland, located at the base of the neck. The parathyroid glands work to control calcium, and as for vitamin D, it is associated with helping the absorption of calcium, as it increases its absorption by 20 times.
    In the case of a low level of vitamin D, as is the case with most people, the parathyroid glands work with a higher effort to search for calcium, so they take some of it from the bones and put it into the blood, which may lead to hypercalcemia in the blood.
    It is noteworthy that vitamin D is associated with hypercalcemia in the event of its increase, as well as in the case of its decrease when it indirectly causes the parathyroid glands to excrete a lot of bone calcium in the blood. Therefore, if a person suffers from some calcification, then taking vitamin D may make his condition improve and may end the problem of calcification. Exactly because in this case the parathyroid glands will stop working so hard and subtract calcium in the blood.
    • There are other reasons why the parathyroid glands work excessively, including:
    Lithium intake: Hyperparathyroidism is one of the side effects of lithium intake.
    Taking diuretics: These drugs increase parathyroid activity.
    The presence of a very small tumor above the parathyroid glands may be the cause of hyperparathyroidism.
    • Therefore, checks and x-rays of thyroid glands must be done to ensure that there is a problem or not.
    The best way to deal with hyperparathyroidism is to increase your vitamin D3 intake.
    • Biofilms are small homes made by microbes to hide and avoid detection by the body, and include a community of these microbes that have united together to survive; Therefore, antibiotics do not kill biofilms. Biofilms may be in the form of dental tartar, plaques in the arteries, or in the joints.
    • Vitamin K2
    Vitamin K2 works with vitamin D3 to direct calcium to the bones. Vitamin D delivers calcium to the blood, so that vitamin K2 then takes it from the blood to the bones, so that your bones become solid.
    In the event of a deficiency of vitamin K2 in the body, calcification may occur.
    Vitamin K2 is found in dairy products, butter, eggs, and sauerkraut.
    • Magnesium helps reduce calcium deposits and we get it from leafy green vegetables
    • Potassium helps control the problem of hypercalcemia, but it is not the most common cause of calcium deposition.
    The natural solution to this problem:
    Leafy vegetables.
    electrolyte powder.
    • Overuse of certain medications used to treat migraines or seizures, such as topiramate (Topamax, Trokendi XR, Codexy XR).
    Important Alert
    This drug information is educational information that does not replace a doctor's visit, and the site is not responsible for taking medication without consulting a doctor.
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