Do I Need to Drink More Water with Chronic Kidney Disease
It is known to all, the diet for chronic kidney disease(CKD) is very strict, then, patients may ask: do i need to drink more water with CKD? Please follow me to find the answer.
Normally, patients should not drink more water. Because edema is one of the common symptoms of the disease. It is caused by the decline of renal function, in this case, fluid retention will appear, so, patients will present edema.
If patients drink more water, fluid retention will be aggravated, which can speed up the progression of CKD, it is not beneficial to control the illness condition. Thereby, patients should not drink more water.
However, if patients do not experience edema, more water may be ok. However, due to the illness condition varies from person to person, so, the specific water volume is decided by patients’ own condition. If you want to get a clear answer about whether you can drink more water, send your test report to email@example.com, after careful analysis, we will reply you as soon as possible.
So, is there an effective method to treat CKD effectively?
Hot Compress Therapy
The core purpose of the therapy is to improve kidney function. During the course, two medicated bags are placed on patients’ back. Then, with the guidance of permeating agent, the effective ingredients can be absorbed by kidney lesions adequately.
What’s more, by dilating blood vessels, anti-flammation, anti-coagulation, degrading the extracellular matrix, preventing the formation of thrombus, kidney function can be improved from the root. Once renal function is enhanced, it is possible to treat CKD and related symptoms.
Besides, the method is natural and painless, it eliminates the side effects of oral drugs and reduces the pain from surgery. And the cost of the method can be afforded by most patients.
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