Midsummer patients with kidney disease have to pass the “eat and drink”
Specifically, the following points should be paid attention to: Pay attention to the water intake. The weather is hot, the human body sweats more, and the urine output decreases accordingly. Therefore, the amount of drinking water should be appropriately increased.
Urination can remove metabolites from the body on the one hand, and urine flow can flush the ureter, bladder, and urethra on the other.
Reasonable drinking water can prevent the occurrence and recurrence of urinary tract infections. Patients with kidney disease with normal renal function and no edema should drink 1000ml-2000ml daily.
Conversely, patients with renal insufficiency and anuria should follow the principle of “take out what you pay for”, that is, when sweating increases, drinking water will also increase; when edema occurs, reduce drinking water.
For hemodialysis patients, the control of water consumption is based on weight.
In the case of normal meals, it is advisable that the weight gain before each dialysis should not exceed 3 kg.
Avoid “sudden cold and hot” In summer, the outdoor temperature is high, and the air conditioner temperature in the room should not be turned on too low. Suddenly entering the low temperature environment from a high temperature environment can easily cause a cold, which is one of the causes of nephritis.A cold can further damage kidney function.
Therefore, when the temperature is high at noon, do not stay for a long time under the scorching sun, and try to avoid sudden heat and cold.
Eating Fruits and Cold Drinks Reasonably, eating fruits in the summer can not only add calories, but also vitamins, but the method and amount of eating should be properly controlled. Two or three fruits can be eaten daily. Cold drinks should not be eaten more.
Patients with renal insufficiency, oliguria, or anuria can cause hyperkalemia after eating a large amount of fruits, so 1-2 fruits can be consumed daily.
Regular living and staying away from sub-healthy state The pace of life in modern society is accelerating, coupled with hot summer days, many people are used to sleeping late.
Due to the disruption of normal physiological laws and lack of sleep, symptoms such as backache, fatigue, sweating, and loss of mental energy may occur during the day.
These symptoms cannot be diagnosed as “nephropathy”, but they remind people that the body is in a sub-health state, that is, the body sends a warning signal to the health status.
Therefore, living on time, combining work and rest, is a good way to protect the kidneys and maintain health.