Rajavithi Hospital, Department of Medical Services advises people to take care of their health and to be healthy. Minimize cooking. reduce processed food exercise regularly Abstain from alcoholic beverages Drink enough water and get enough rest. change lifestyle behavior For good hygiene, reduce risk factors for kidney disease.
However, patients with chronic kidney disease when they start will not show obvious symptoms. But there will be symptoms when it is already It was found that most of the patients who came to see the doctor had severe chronic kidney disease. The most common symptoms and warning signs are abnormal urination symptoms. There may be more or less urine to no urine at all. The urine may be cloudy or clear like water, dark, frothy, sometimes with blood. or has an abnormal odor
Depending on the cause of the disease, there may also be symptoms of fatigue, fatigue, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, paleness and swelling due to the inability of the kidneys to excrete water, often starting at the feet and around the eyes. When it becomes more, it can cause symptoms of kidney failure that can cause death. สมัคร ufabet
Therefore, annual health check-ups including blood tests to look at kidney function and a urine test to look at the amount of egg white leakage and or white blood cells red blood cells in the urinary tract It is necessary, especially in risk populations such as over 60 years of age with a history of diabetes, high blood pressure. frequent urinary tract infections Autoimmune diseases such as lupus (SLE), urinary tract stones, etc., or taking medications that may affect kidney function, such as NSAIDs, herbal medicines, or receiving chemotherapy drugs that affect the kidneys
Dr. Wanniya Meenun, a nephrologist Internal Medicine Rajavithi Hospital Recommend risky behaviors that may harm the kidneys as follows:
- Avoid eating spicy food Not just the salty taste, but also the food that is very sweet, spicy, or even oily. Spicy food causes the kidneys to work harder, thus contributing to kidney disease.
- exercise regularly
- Drink enough water 6-8 glasses per day, refrain from alcoholic beverages.
- get enough rest Not working too hard, not stressed.
- Reduce eating processed foods such as instant noodles. Boxed food in convenience stores, canned food, because it will cause the body to receive large amounts of sodium without knowing it.
- Get an annual health check To keep the body healthy and always have good hygiene. However, if abnormal symptoms are found, you should see a doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.