Kidney Failure:Can Patients with Kidney Failure Smoke and What Diet Restrictions Should Be Noticed
Kidney failure patients always are suggested to keep a healthy life style in daily life. However, there are still many patients with kidney failure smoke. Can patients with kidney failure smoke? What diet restriction should be noticed? In the following we will give you introduce about smoking and diet restriction.
Can patients with kidney failure smoke?
There is no doubt that patients with kidney failure can not smoke, because it is bad for the recovery of your condition, even it will aggravate the disease. As a matter of fact, a large amount of tobaccos contain nicotine toxins which will contract blood vessels and improve arteriosclerosis, so that reduce blood supply of the kidneys.
If patients with kidney failure smoke, the blood flow to the kidneys will be reduced, renal artery shrinks, so that lead to blood pressure can not be controlled and aggravate illness condition. What is more, smoking will damage the upper respiratory tract and lung, let patients have cold easily, even RTI (respiratory tract infection) or lung infection. Both of them will aggravate kidney condition.
Therefore, patients with kidney failure should avoid smoke and give up smoking if you have smoke. Welcome to consult online doctor for free and fast information.
What diet restriction should be noticed for patients with kidney failure?
Reasonable and healthy diet can help patients with kidney failure relieve symptoms and delay the progression of illness condition. Low-protein, low-potassium, and low-salt diet are suggested to you. But, the specific diet advice is decided according to the patient’s specific condition.
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