What To Do When You Noticed Signs Of Kidney Damage At Home






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First, let's take a brief look at some of the common signs of Kidney Disease:


1. Changing Of Your Urinary Function

2. Difficulty Or Pain While Urinating

3. Blood In The Urine

4. Foamy Urine

5. Swelling Or Oedema

6. Extreme Fatigue

7. Dizziness And Inability To Concentrate

8. Feeling Constantly Cold

9. Skin Rashes And Itching

10. Ammonia Breath And Metallic

11. Nausea And Vomiting

12. Shortness Of Breath

( For more info on these signs, please refer to my earlier post: If Your Kidneys Are In Danger Your Body Will Give You These 12 Signs)

There is no natural cure for kidney disease, but it may be possible to stop its progress or at least slow down the damage. In many cases, the correct treatment and lifestyle changes can help keep a person and their kidneys healthier longer.

While medical treatments help in curing the condition, following a proper diet can actually help prevent or reduce the symptoms of kidney diseases.

REMEDIES FOR KIDNEY DISEASE:



1. Reduction in Salt

Due to the excessive strain put on the body by kidney disease and failure, adding salt to the body makes the situation much more difficult. The loss of potassium into the urine means that there is almost always too much salt in the body in terms of the necessary balance. Therefore, you should adopt a low-salt diet to make sure the fluid balance in the body remains appropriate. Frozen foods and convenience style meals are notoriously high in salt. Add fresh vegetables and fruit to your diet, and avoid adding too much spice and salts to your meat dishes and other meals.

2. Potassium Content

Although one of the problems is salt in the diet, choosing low potassium foods is also recommended. The excess of all types of minerals can be dangerous when not balanced, and sodium occasionally outweighs potassium. Therefore, avoiding high potassium concentration foods like bananas, oranges, potatoes, spinach, and tomatoes are recommended. This particular remedy is actually dependent on the case. Some doctors will tell you to increase your potassium intake, while others will tell you to reduce it.

3.Lower Your Protein Intake

An excess amount of protein in the body can also exacerbate the problem of kidney disease, although one of the symptoms of kidney disease is a loss of protein. It is a very challenging disease to treat because many of the things that can make a person better for most diseases can actually make the situation worse with this specific form of renal disease.

4. Water

Perhaps the simplest way of solving kidney issues is to simply flood the body with water. This will stimulate urination, which is the body’s primary way of releasing liquid as well as toxins. Urine is made up of fats, protein, water, and excess salts. Therefore, by drinking 6-8 glasses of water every day, you can flush your system and help to reduce the number of toxins that are accumulating in your kidney, therefore delaying the need for dialysis and slowing the progression of kidney disease.

5. Dandelion

Dandelion is a good source of vitamin A and has been used in traditional medical systems to cure various health ailments including kidney diseases. Research suggests that it has diuretic properties and may help in treating kidney diseases. 

6. Parsley Juice

Parsley is a perfect kidney cleanser and is used for the home treatment of kidney disease around the world. Parsley is a rich source of vitamin A, vitamin B (thiamin and riboflavin), and vitamin C, as well as potassium, and copper. Chop up the parsley leaves and boil them in a pot of water. You can then drink this water when it is cool. It can improve the general health and toxicity levels within your kidney, whether it is a preventative measure or a treatment to slow the progression of the disease once it begins. Parsley is also a diuretic substance, which helps flush out toxins.

7. Herbal Tea

There are a number of herbal teas that are often prescribed for the treatment of kidney disease. The most common recommended blends are green tea, marshmallow tea, blueberry tea, gravel root tea, and dandelion tea. These are some of the most popular and effective herbal varieties and have been used in various countries around the world as a home remedy for kidney disease since they are packed with antioxidants and detoxifying compounds that keep the kidneys functioning properly.

8. Cranberry Juice

Cranberry juice is recommended to treat all sorts of kidney issues and is probably the most widely known and utilised form of a home remedy since cranberry juice is widely available and delicious to drink as well. The organic compounds found in cranberries are very effective for reducing the severity of infections in the kidney. Drink 2-3 glasses of cranberry juice during periods of inflammation or irritation in the kidneys. This is also a good method for preventing the development of kidney infections. However, it is important not to drink too much cranberry juice, as the potent fruit juice can be toxic in extremely high concentrations.

9. Aloe Vera Juice

Aloe vera juice is used in so many different health treatments for various conditions, so it comes as no surprise that it will also be beneficial for treating kidney infections. The healing and antioxidant properties make aloe vera a powerful tool in the battle against kidney disease.

10. Apple Cider Vinegar

When you mix apple cider vinegar with some honey in a large glass of water and drink this once or twice every day, you can seriously improve your chances of preventing kidney disease or keeping the symptoms to a manageable level.

11. Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Extra virgin olive oil can be used in many different recipes and foods. In fact, it can replace almost all of the other oils you use for most preparations. Extra virgin olive oil is well known to soothe inflammation and also detoxify the body. Therefore, it is ideal for slowing down the progression of kidney disease.

If you follow these treatments and monitor the way your body is functioning, you can live a long and happy life. However, like I said before, it is a very serious health condition, so it is a good idea to see a doctor and get professional help.

I hope this helps!

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