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Some Bad Life Habits To Affect Your Kidney Function

2018-10-22 14:50

To those patients with kidney disease ,something below they should be strictly forbidden, and their families should also be vigilant.

1. Stay up late

Modern research shows that short sleep time and poor quality are the important factors of kidney injury … I know that this warning is useless to most people and you will understand it after a serious illness. Night shift ones should sleep more during the day to make up for it.

2. overweight and still loves to eat

Many people now grow beer bellies at a young age, blood fat, blood pressure and blood sugar are all over the limit, laying a ” favorable” foundation for kidney disease in the future.

3. Eat salty

Ninety – five percent of the salt in the diet is metabolized by the kidneys. Ordinary people should eat less than 6g of salt a day ( about a beer bottle cap ), while kidney patients should eat less than 3g of salt a day.

4. Take medicine at random

Three common types of kidney injuring drugs: Analgesics such as ibuprofen, antibiotics such as streptomycin / gentamicin. When we read the instructions, we often see ” caution in patients with hepatic and renal insufficiency” and pay attention to medication contraindication.

5. Don’t like drinking water, and also like to hold urine

Don’t like drinking water is kidney hurting It is. To be more precise, it is not necessary to drink water, stop urination is injuring the kidney. As long as you can urinate is ok. Especially for those with stones, urinary infection and high urine acidity, the daily urine volume should be 2000 ml.

Holding your urine will make your urine flow backwards, which will easily lead to pyeloNephritis and kidney damage.

6. Frequent cold

Repeated colds can not only induce kidney disease, but also lead to kidney disease recurrence and aggravation.

7. Have a family history of kidney disease but never has a physical examination

Similar heredity and life make kidney disease tend to have a family gathering tendency. If your family has kidney disease, please be sure to check your own kidney.if you have any questions about that please contact us through the following :

E-mail: sjzkidneyhospital@hotmail.com

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