Lactic acid accumulates in the muscles NOT the joints.
When the body cant supply enough oxygen to meet demand during anerobic exercise lactic acid starts to accumulate in the MUSCLES. When the exercise intensity is lowered or stops, accumulated lactic acid is removed form the muscles almost immediately*.
If you have joint pain it is not from lactic acid, it could be an injury, a symptom of gout (sometimes crystals of uric acid forms in joints). I would recommend speaking to your doctor.
It's an acid therefore when produced in the muscles it's not good for the muscles as it burns. This can be prevented by levitating the effected limb above the level of the torso over night diet can also help remove this from the body faster. However lactic acid will no kill you it simply makes you ache.
exercises are not seen as part of the way to control Uric acid in the system. this is done with a controlled diet and and medications as prescribed or other alternative methods.
Changing your diet to get rid of processed carbohydrates, particularly white flour, will reduce hunger and reduce acid reflux. The only time I ever get reflux now is if I eat a bagel.
Some of the diets that reduce uric acid intake is a veggie diet. You can also find many other diets by going online or talking to your doctor or pharmacist.
Those suffering from gout, a form of arthritis, are frequently advised to go on a low uric acid diet. The primary concern in this diet is to reduce the intake of animal proteins, such as those found in meat, poultry, and seafood. While most people such a diet know to reduce these foods, many do not realize that alcohol consumption must also be reduced as alcohol interferes with the body's ability to eliminate uric acid from the body. Replacing animal proteins with vegetable sources and stopping alcohol consumption should result in decreased uric acid and relief of gout symptoms.
Normally the body filters uric acid and it is removed with urine, however if this function is impaired in some way you end up with a situation where the uric acid turns into crystals that settle in joints usually starting with the big toe. this is an extremely painful condition that can be accompanied with severe swelling around the affected joints. the joints most likely to be affected are in the hands and feet. A diet low in purines is the first suggestion for those suffering from this condition.
Even 1% dehydration can cause leg cramps during exercise. The buildup of lactic acid can cause severe cramping as can a deficiency in potassium and magnesium.A lack of sodium in the diet also leads to cramps during exercise.
Symptoms of acid reflux, or gastroesophageal reflux disease, can be alleviated by adhering to simple diet changes. Certain foods are triggers for acid reflux and should be avoided to significantly reduce symptoms. Eliminate citrus fruits, tomatoes, onions, chocolate, and foods high in fat. Beverages to avoid include: caffeinated drinks and alcohol. Another helpful diet tip, is to avoid going to bed on a full stomach. Try to wait a few hours after eating before going to bed.
The reflux diet will help reduce heartburn. However, it is always good to try other diets if this reflux diet does not work. It is easy to reduce heartburn if you have a healthy diet.
Folic acid is needed in the diet for the healthy development of cells
A low purine diet is important for people who have high purine levels such as in the condition known as gout. Corn is listed as a low purine food and can be eaten as part of a healthy diet.
Drink a lot of water and stay away from alcoholic drinks. Also, many websites probably list foods that are high in uric acid, so you know what foods to stay away from.