Preventing Kidney Failure: Tips and Tricks from Dr. Hala Al-Obaidi

2023-11-17 16:00:00

Written by Rania Amer Friday, November 17, 2023 06:00 PM Dr. Hala Al-Obaidi, Head of the Department of Internal Medicine at the University Hospital in Aswan, said: Kidney failure It is the inability of the kidneys to get rid of excess fluid waste from the body, and this is due to several reasons, including high blood pressure, enlargement of the prostate gland, the formation of kidney stones, and also cancer of the urinary bladder, all of which lead to the risk of kidney failure of both types.

Dr. Hala recommended, in a special statement to Al-Youm Al-Sabea, that people follow several tips that they should avoid in order to reduce the risk of kidney failure, the most prominent of which is not eating fast food.

Ways to prevent the risk of kidney failure:

– Avoid eating fast food.

– Do not take painkillers without medical advice.

– Avoid canned and preserved foods.

– Avoid soft drinks.

The internal medicine consultant also explained the many functions of the kidneys that are beneficial to individuals’ bodies, including purifying waste from the blood and getting rid of excess fluids, in addition to having a functional factor in secreting some important hormones for the body.

How do you maintain kidney health?

Dr. Hala advised consuming a sufficient amount of fluids, especially water, within the limits of 2:3 liters per day, completely abstaining from smoking, which leads to the condition deteriorating, exercising regularly, in addition to the necessity of losing weight because obesity exposes the individual to the risk of developing high blood pressure and atherosclerosis. It also harms the health of the heart and kidneys. Not taking painkillers or antibiotics except after consulting a doctor is one of the best ways to maintain the general health of individuals’ bodies, in addition to staying away from take-out food, preserved juices, and soft drinks.

Symptoms of kidney failure

1. Nausea

2. Vomiting

3. Anorexia

4. Scratching the body

5. Swelling in the body

6. Shortness of breath

7. Increase fluids in the body

8. Lack of concentration, which later develops into loss of consciousness

9. Cramps

10. Complete coma

11. Muscle cramps due to a deficiency of some elements in the body, such as calcium

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