Serious Kidney Disease :SKD means more damage to the kidney functioning over time, in which the last condition is Kidney failure. Such patients may then have to undergo dialysis or kidney transplantation. Its symptoms do not appear in the beginning and, when it appears, there is a lot of damage.
People who sleep less than six hours in the night increase the risk of serious kidney disease (SKD). Risk of kidney failing increases due to frequent hindrance in sleep. People with SKD(Serious Kidney Disease) often have high blood pressure, obesity and other complaints with diabetes. According to the Indian Medical Association (IMA), it is important to check the functioning of kidneys in such persons, who have one or more problems with high risk. SKD(Serious Kidney Disease) means more damage to the kidney functioning over time, in which the last condition is Kidney failure. Such patients may then have to undergo dialysis or kidney transplantation. Its symptoms do not appear in the beginning and, when it appears, there is a lot of damage.
Dr. K.K., Chairman, IMA Agarwal said, kidneys help in filtering the blood. Take out the garbage and fluid material from the blood. They exclude most of the waste products that are formed in our body. But when the kidneys blood flow is affected, they can not work properly. This may be due to any damage or illness. Dr. Agarwal said, when SKD(Serious Kidney Disease) increases, then liquids, electrolytes and garbage can not go out of the body and it starts accumulating inside. Patients with diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, kidney abnormal structure and family history of illness are at greater risk. In addition, those who smoke and suffer from obesity, they can live on the target of SKD(Serious Kidney Disease) for a long time.
He said that some symptoms of SKD include nausea, vomiting, lack of appetite, fatigue, weakness, sleep problem, mental discomfort, muscle stiffness, itching, chest pain, shortness of breath and high blood pressure. However, these symptoms may be confused with other diseases. Dr. Agrawal further said, Often, SKD(Serious Kidney Disease) is not cured. Treatment is used to try the symptoms to be kept under control, to minimize the complications and to slow down the disease. If there is a serious damage to the kidney, a person may eventually need treatment for kidney disease. At this point, doctors recommend dialysis or kidney transplantation. 8 rules to avoid kidney discomfort : Stay fit and active; It helps to reduce your blood pressure and helps to take steps for kidney health.Control your blood sugar levels, as half of patients in the diabetes may have kidney disease. -Control the blood pressure. This is the most common cause of kidney damage. Make changes in your lifestyle and diet. If you drink tea with ginger in the morning and morning drink these drinks, then you may be able to drink, you may be drinking poison … – Keep eating healthy and keep checking your weight. This can help prevent diabetes, heart disease and other conditions related to SKD. Reduce salt intake. 5 to 6 grams of salt is enough in the day. Drink 1.5 to 2 liters of water per day. Increasing the intake of liquids helps the kidney to get sodium, urea and toxic substances out of the body.
-Don’t smoke. Due to this, blood attack on the kidney decreases. Smoking also increases the risk of cancer in kidney 50 percent. -Do not take drugs by buying medicines at your own pace. Certain medicines such as ibuprofen may prove fatal for kidneys.