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Is It Possible For You To Take Exercise with Advanced Kidney Disease

When we are diagnosed with kidney disease or other diseases, we are very careful with exercise. We do not know if it is good to take exercise. In this article, Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital will tell you if it is possible for kidney disease patients to take exercise.

Is It Possible For You To Take Exercise with Advanced Kidney Disease

Exercise can keep your muscles in tone and stimulate your bones. With kidney disease, stimulating the bones causes them to retain and accrue calcium. Hence, there is less potential for excess calcium to accumulate in blood vessels. Bone lose mass when one goes for prolonged periods without activity.

Apart from keeping your bones and muscles in better condition and possibly reducing calcium deposition in the blood vessels, exercise can also reduce inflammation. Since inflammatory markers are related with a higher mortality in kidney disease patients, it seems reasonable to include exercise as part of a regimen to reduce this risk.

Do not over do it to avoid an strain or injury that can set you back. You should never try to life weights when not properly warmed up, and should increase weight lifting regimen slowly and steadily. Do not try to bike or run at too fast a pace when starting. Do not exercise immediately after a heavy meal. Do not take exercise if you have a flu or fever. Stop exercise if you feel tired, have pain, feel sick, have joint aching or muscle stiffness, chest pain or shortness of breath, or feel dizzy.

It is possible for a kidney disease patient to take exercise. In addition to taking exercise, kidney disease patients also need to repair kidney damage and improve renal function. Only in this way can you live a longer life. To improve kidney function, our hospital recommends Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. This therapy is an external application based on traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). It acts on Bilateral Shenshu Acupoints (BL23). Two medicated are put in your lower back. You lie in bed and the osmosis device helps the active ingredients come to kidney lesion directly. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy repairs kidney damage and recovers renal function through anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, dilation of blood vessels and degradation. But the premise of this therapy is you still pass urine. If you still pass urine, it denotes that there is amounts of blood flowing to your kidneys and our medicines can come to your kidney lesion with blood flow. Besides, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is only available in China now so you have to come to our hospital for treatment.

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