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Why The Overwork Can Cause the Acute Nephritis And Other Kidney Disease

2018-08-11 15:06

To most persons they often ignore the abnormal symptoms and miss the best treatment time.Most acute nephritis occurs within one to two weeks after cough, sore throat or upper respiratory tract infection, and the severity of the initial symptoms varies from patient to patient. They are often overlooked. In addition, the onset of nephritis is hidden, and there are no special typical symptoms in the early stage. most of the symptoms are only physical fatigue and fatigue. many patients often mistakenly believe that it is physical discomfort caused by too much work.While ignoring the physical examination, it was too late to wait until the symptoms were obvious.

Pay attention to the combination of work and rest and treat colds in time.

Experts warn that people who are busy at the end of the year and work hard, and are prone to fatigue, should pay attention to the reasonable arrangement of life, the combination of work and rest, and beware of the sudden attack of acute nephritis. If there is a cold and other diseases, we must pay attention to it, rest in time and treat it in time. In addition, nutrition should be enough, and proper exercise should be carried out, Body resistance should be strengthened, good living habits should be maintained, and necessary physical examinations should be carried out on a regular basis.

When waist soreness, lumbago, increased and not easily subsided bubbles in urine, hematuria, increased nocturia, decreased urine volume, increased urinary albumin excretion, edema of eyelids or lower limbs, dizziness, etc. May indicate abnormal renal function, measures should be taken promptly to see a doctor in a professional hospital in time so as not to delay the treatment.At present the natural treatment is welcome by many foreign patients all over the world for it can help you repair the damaged kidney cells and improve your kidney function ,if you have similar questions or want to know more detailed information about the natural treatment with Traditional Chinese medicine please contact us through the following:

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