When people get kidney disease, they must pay much attention to the details in their life as a slight change may lead to a big trouble for the disease treatment. As Here are six tips for Nephritis sufferers. Firstly,the patients with Nephritis should smoke less or even no smoking. As we all know that there is much nicotine contained in cigarette, which can lead to the increase of blood pressure and damage the kidneys gradually. If the patient cannot control himself/herself stay far away from smoking, he/she can try to have less cigarette each day.
Thirdly, the intake of protein should be limited. The food taken by Nephritis sufferers should contain certain amount of protein, neither too much nor less. So the best way for them is to have high-quality protein with a regular quantity. Generally speaking, taking protein 0.6-0.8g/kg/d is proper.
Fourthly,entrails of animals are not the right food for the patients. 90% of the patients with Hyperuricemia and Gout get the disease start with the damage in kidneys. As the UA (Uric Acid) is excreted from the kidneys, the level of UA in the body will increase if this function of kidneys is changed, then causing Hyperuricemia in a mild level and Gout in a severe degree. That is the reason why they should have less or even no entrails.
Fifthly,drinking is prohibited.
Sixthly, have a salt-free food. If the patient gets Hypertension or Edema (swelling), they are at a higher risk to be affected after having salt. They are allowed to have 5-6g or less salt a day which can be measured by a bottle cap.
The tips mentioned above are for the patients with Nephritis specially, but they can be taken as a reference for most of the patients with kidney disease. If you want to have any suggestions about your disease, please call our 24-hour free hospital number 400-6661-120 . We will try our best to help you.
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