3 ways to treat chronic kidney disease

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The Medical Department is concerned about people with chronic diseases. Such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, people with a history of chronic kidney disease in their family, and those who regularly use painkillers. Random risk of kidney disease Recommend seeing a doctor early. If symptoms are found in the early stages Can slow down kidney deterioration

3 ways to treat chronic kidney disease

Dr. Teeraphon Topanthanon, Director-General of the Department of Medical Services. Revealed that the kidneys are an important organ of the body. It is responsible for eliminating waste. Maintain water balance in the body When the body has too much water The kidneys remove excess water.

The kidneys try to conserve water in the body and maintain the balance of acid, alkaline, and mineral salts in the body at appropriate levels. Controls blood pressure through regulating the balance of water and certain minerals. Creates hormones that prevent anemia and controls the absorption of calcium and phosphorus, making bones strong 

This kidney disease may be caused by abnormalities of the kidney blood vessels. Kidney capillaries, tissues, and kidney and ureter abnormalities The main symptoms are swelling and blood in the urine. It looks similar to watercolor paint. or fresh blood foamy urine. This is because there is egg white leaking in the urine, cloudy urine due to urinary tract infection, frequent urination at night, back pain. If it is severe, there will be little urine output. Pale and weak, breathless, unable to lie down from flooding in his lungs.

Due to excess water and mineral salts, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, sexual dysfunction. Itchy skin Bleeds easily, difficult to stop Muscle spasms, lack of strength. In severe cases there may be lethargy, convulsions, loss of consciousness, irregular heartbeat. or cardiac arrest and can die. And loss of acid-alkaline and mineral balance in the โปรโมชั่น ufabet body 

Autoimmune diseases that can cause kidney abnormalities Infectious diseases in the system that may cause
kidney disease, heart disease and blood vessels Gout or high levels of uric acid in the blood Repeated upper urinary tract infections People who regularly receive NSAIDs or toxins that damage the kidneys. People who have reduced kidney mass or have only one kidney. Whether it is present from birth or later Have a family history of chronic kidney disease Detected kidney or urinary tract stones. Detected kidney cysts in more than 3 locations. 

Therefore, people in the above risk groups Should be screened if found in the early stages. Can slow down kidney deterioration To prevent it from developing into end-stage chronic kidney disease.