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7 tips for kidney patients to control their health problem



Kidney disease affects millions of people all over the world and is known as the "silent killer". Often it does not show any symptoms in the initial stages and the disorder is not discovered until it reaches an advanced stage. A person suffering from kidney disease or undergoing a transplant must Take extra care to avoid additional stress to your kidneys.


According to a time now news report, here are some tips on health management for people with kidney disease.


7 Tips for Health Management for Kidney Patients

 

Moisturizing is important, but be careful

Water plays a major role in flushing toxins out of the body and healthy people are advised to drink about 8-10 cups of water per day however, for patients with kidney disease, too much water or fluid puts excessive pressure on the kidneys and can make dialysis painful, and lead to water retention. Fluid accumulation in the lungs, high blood pressure, and heart problems, fluid intake includes not only water, but also fruit juices, milk, tea, coffee, water-rich fruits and vegetables, ideally, healthy urine should be pale yellow or colorless while the color indicates Dark yellow to dehydration patients on dialysis should only consume the amount recommended by their doctor.


Watch your diet

Diet is a major factor in managing kidney disorders when the kidneys are not functioning properly, it becomes difficult for the body to remove toxins, excess nutrients and waste products in such patients, everything cannot be digested properly and the body excreted easily.


Avoid foods high in sodium

Avoid foods high in sodium such as chips, fried foods, biscuits, salted nuts, pickles, sausages, certain types of meats, etc. Excessive sodium intake increases blood pressure and stresses the kidneys, which may lead to more health complications The body tends to retain Water when sodium levels are high, causing symptoms such as difficulty breathing, fluid buildup and swollen feet.


Reduce your intake of foods high in phosphorous

People with kidney disease cannot process phosphorous easily but since most foodstuffs contain this mineral, it may not be possible to completely avoid it when the phosphorous level is high, the body tries to absorb calcium from the bones to balance this has a direct effect on the bones and leads to weakness Bones and increased exposure to fractures. Kidney patients can avoid or limit the consumption of foodstuffs such as bananas, milk, meat, guavas and others that contain a high content of phosphorous.


Restrict the consumption of foods high in potassium

Patients with impaired kidneys are not able to remove excess potassium adequately and over time this can lead to accumulation, excess potassium can lead to heart failure Foods high in potassium such as coconut water, potatoes, sweet potatoes, spinach and leaves should be avoided. Coriander, chocolate, instant coffee, etc.


Monitor protein levels

Foods rich in protein contain a high amount of purines that increase the production of uric acid in the body and this, in turn, leads to uric acid stones that cause kidney damage. Hence it is vital to regularly check protein levels and follow a diet that does not contain a lot of protein.


Stay fit

Kidney patients are at risk of being overweight, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and heart disorders Regular and light physical activity such as brisk walking, jogging, jumping, swimming, cycling, etc. is recommended to maintain kidney health and keep possible common diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure, exercise can perform Appropriate and regular to reverse damage.

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