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Kidney Failure, also called End Stage Renal Disease is characterized by glomerular filtration rate (GFR) below 15 ml/min. Does exercise indirectly help in preventing Kidney Failure? Effects of exercise on Kidney Failure Talk to your doctor

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Does Exercise Indirectly Help in Preventing Kidney Failure

2015-03-20 01:32

Does Exercise Indirectly Help in Preventing Kidney FailureKidney Failure, also called “End Stage Renal Disease” is characterized by glomerular filtration rate (GFR) below 15 ml/min. Does exercise indirectly help in preventing Kidney Failure?

Effects of exercise on Kidney Failure

Talk to your doctor about starting an exercise program or continuing a program you are already on when you have early or late stage Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). This is to enhance immunity and help improve blood circulation. It is helpful for preventing Kidney Failure.

What kind of exercise should you do?

You doctor or physician will help you make a exercise plan depending on your current exercise and habit. Some mild exercise such as swimming, walking, Tai Chi, and biking, etc, are recommended.

How does exercise help someone with kidney disease?

Exercise can help you in a variety of ways. If you are overweight and your doctor would like you to lose extra pounds, exercise is a great way to burn fat. Some stretching exercise strengthens muscles. Besides physical benefits, exercise can also reduce depression and anxiety, as well as improve your psychological well-being.

Considerations

Some Kidney Failure patients who have swelling or shortness of breath are not recommended to take exercise. They need enough rest so as to prevent the aggravation of swelling.

If I exercise, can I drink more fluids?

If you are exercising heavily, you may need to replace lost fluid, depending on which stage of CKD you have.

Tell your renal dietitian about your exercise program. Your dietitian may have you monitor your urine output. If you are urinating less and sweating more, your dietitian may increase your fluid intake. If you do not urinate, your fluid levels will be evaluated. You should talk to your renal dietitian before making any changes to the amount of fluids you are drinking.

Drinking proper amount of fluid is helpful for preventing dehydration which may elevate the creatinine and blood urea level. You can email to us at kidney-symptoms@hotmail.com to consult our doctors. You can get free suggestions.

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