What are the symptoms of chronic kidney disease?
Symptoms of chronic kidney disease and the warning signs are not always obvious. Many patients may have chronic kidney disease without realizing it.
What are possible warning signs?
Low urine production
Bloating: hands, feet, and legs
Shortness of breath
Loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting
Feeling cold and tired
The earlier you detect the signs, the better your doctor can intervene and offer a solution. Right help at the right time can affect the progression of kidney disease.
Which lifestyle changes can help?
In addition to the various treatment methods, lifestyle changes can reduce the progression of chronic kidney disease.
Control high blood pressure and blood sugar.
Make a healthy diet (or low protein, or low salt diet).
Start aerobic exercise for 3 x 30 minutes.
Avoid certain painkillers.
However, before going to any major changes, always take the advice of your doctor and follow the medical developments.
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