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Ways To Take Care Of Your Kidneys

The kidney is a pivotal organ of the body. Kidney failure can cause severe illness or death. Its primary function is to remove the harmful toxins from the body and the water, fluids and regulate minerals (sodium and potassium, etc.). If there is a slight defect, then the sufferer’s life can face many threatening health conditions.

Kidney failure-

When the kidney is damaged due to some disease, the kidney stops functioning or cannot function properly; then, this condition is called kidney disease. When kidney disease occurs, the kidneys cannot effectively remove waste fluid from the body. Due to which, fluid balance in the body gets disturbed. Due to the accumulation of waste fluid in the body, the body’s balance starts to deteriorate, due to which you start feeling many problems in your body.

Symptoms of kidney failure

The biggest problem in kidney failure is that initially it does not show its symptoms, but when the disease reaches the last stage, then its symptoms start to look like –

  • Feeling tired and weak
  • Pain while urinating
  • Swelling of face and feet
  • frequent urination
  • Pain down the back
  • Loss of appetite
  • Vomiting and nausea
  • Itching and rash all over the body

In kidney disease, a simple test is done to find the level of creatinine in the blood. This can be used to assess kidney function. Also, kidney disease can be checked by urination and screening. Urine is tested for creatinine and albumin, and those who are at the highest risk of kidney diseases must be screened.

Treat kidneys naturally at home –

In this part-of-life life nowadays, we come in contact with many types of toxins. Eating unhealthy things in the form of fast food, drinking stimulant beverages like caffeine, and partying has made the way we humans live our lives and tolerate the toxin that comes out of all this stuff in our system, which does—a pair of bean-shaped organs position on each side of the abdomen cavity called kidneys.

It does its work day and night, filtering these harmful toxins round the clock. When a load of these toxins becomes very high, the organ’s capacity to tolerate it, that is, the kidneys, decreases, due to which the chances of getting a kidney stone, infection, cyst, tumor increase, and the kidney stops functioning. You can keep your kidney clean and healthy by adopting these natural methods.

Vitamins – Some different types of vitamins are very beneficial for keeping the kidneys healthy. Yes, one of them is Vitamin D, which helps eliminate kidney disease. Vitamin-B6 does not allow stones to occur, and Vitamin-C protects the kidney from many types of damage.

Apple Cider Vinegar – Due to its antibacterial properties, it eliminates infection-causing bacteria in the kidneys and slowly cures the apple cider vinegar stone. Also, apple cider vinegar removes those harmful substances from the kidney not to harm.

Baking soda – According to research, sodium bicarbonate is beneficial in kidney disease. It reduces the acidity in the blood, which does not cause kidney disease.

Vegetable juice – If there is any problem in the kidney, drinking gourd, cucumber, carrot, and cabbage juice is very good. Apart from this, watermelon and potato juice are also very beneficial. Vegetable juice should be drunk twice a day for quick relief.

The water of Munnake – If you are suffering from kidney disease, soak it in some Munnke water before going to bed every night and wake up in the morning and drink its water. Also, there is no need to eat soaked Munnka. In a few days, you will start seeing benefits.

Amount of water – To keep the kidney healthy, you must remove as many toxic substances. For this, you only need to drink 3 to 4 liters of water a day. You can occasionally drink lemon by adding it to the water. This will provide the necessary vitamin-C for the kidney.

Ginger – Ginger has been used as a medicine for years. The gingerols present in it are an active compound and antibacterial agent, which prevents bacteria from spreading in the kidney and reduces inflammation.

Celery – The intake of celery helps exclude excess substances in the body and helps in the kidney’s functioning. It prevents the waste to accumulate in the kidneys. Urine is produced more by celery root, from which waste materials are released. Kidney activating tonics are also known. Plus, It is high in potassium and sodium.

Turmeric – Turmeric is used to treat low urine volume, renal failure, and some common infections. It has many benefits, such as reducing the risk of infection, reducing inflammation, preventing kidney stones from forming, and curing mild kidney cysts.

In Ayurveda, medicines are made using natural herbs to treat kidney patients. Ayurvedic medicines include herbs such as Varuna, Kasani, Gokharu, Punarnava, and Shirish, which help eliminate the disease from the root. Ayurvedic treatment has proved to be the most beneficial for all kidney diseases. Ayurveda has brought complete, physical, mental, and spiritual development of humankind around the world. Vata controls pitta and Kapha to get the right balance of your body. Ayurveda medical practice is the science of long life and is the oldest healthcare system in the world.

Allopathy treatment is the most recognized method worldwide, but Ayurvedic treatment is an ancient method, which means the science of life. It is based on the holistic knowledge of man. This method improves health by balancing the body, body, mind, and soul instead of confining itself to the human body’s treatment. This method has another notable distinction. It treats ailments of flora and herbs possessing medicinal properties. Before diagnosis and treatment in Ayurveda, much attention is given to the category of human beings’ personality. According to Ayurveda, the human body comprises four essential elements – dosha, dhatu, mal, and Agni. These basics of the body are essential in Ayurveda. These are called ‘basic principles’ or fundamental principles of Ayurvedic treatment.


Disclaimer:- The purpose of the content is not to substitute any professional medical advice but to only provide information to the reader. If the reader is a kidney patient, we recommend not making any diet or routine changes without consulting his/her doctor or dietitian. For appointments, call at our 24×7 helpline: +91-9871712050 or visit www.karmaayurvedahospital.com.

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