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How to prevent the development of kidney disease to uremia? It will tell you

Jan 09, 2018

Uremia is the end-stage renal disease performance, many people think that suffering from kidney disease, sooner or later will develop into uremia, is it true? In fact, the development of renal disease uremia can be avoided, how to avoid it? Then look down.

Nephrosis is a step-by-step uremia is not to say that suffering from kidney disease directly into uremia, during which there is a transitional period, as long as we can control the disease well during this period, to prevent the disease continues to develop, then Will not develop into uremia. Do the following to avoid uremia.

1. Early detection of kidney disease, early treatment

When kidney disease begins to get sick, kidney function generally has not been compromised. Therefore, the sooner the above symptoms are found, the sooner the treatment can be better to prevent or delay the development of renal failure.

2 Avoid kidney damage

Nephropathy patients to avoid drinking less, long-term holding back urine, alcoholism, high salt diet, binge eating, staying up late, often drink coffee, abuse of drugs such as kidney injury.

3. Delay the process of renal failure

Do not be alarmed even if you have kidney failure, and uremia can be avoided as long as you take active care and have good care. First and foremost is a good attitude; followed by low-salt diet, limiting protein intake; but also do not partial eclipse, not picky eaters; more exercise, proper exercise.

Avoiding the development of nephropathy to uremia is a hope for every patient with kidney disease, active treatment of the disease and good care, to avoid uremia is not a dream. If you have other questions, you can consult our online doctor or give us a message, we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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