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Is Yoga Good for Nephrotic Syndrome Patients

Is Yoga Good for Nephrotic Syndrome PatientsToo much rest weakens your bodily function so as to affect your recovery, while too much exercises lower your immune system, which is not good for your recovery as well. Therefore, Nephrotic Syndrome patients are often asked to strike a proper balance between exercise and rest. What exercises are good for Nephrotic Syndrome? Is yoga good for Nephrotic Syndrome patients? Many patients can not help having such a question. Go on reading, you will learn more corresponding information.

Generally speaking, Nephrotic Syndrome patients can do some gentle exercise like yoga. And yoga can help Nephrotic Syndrome patients regulate kidney disorder and make their kidneys get stronger day by day.

Yoga poses for Nephrotic Syndrome patients

There are some yoga poses to help you, such as surya namaskar, supt brajasan, saskasan, gomukhasan, makarasan, ustrasan, bhujangasan, ardhyamastyanasan, kapalbhati pranayama, nadi-shodhan pranayam, agnisar kriya, uddiyan bandh.

Health benefits of those yoga poses for Nephrotic Syndrome patients

-They can increase your blood flow.

The relaxation exercises you learn in yoga can help your circulation and then your kidneys can get more oxygen, which helps their recovery.

-They boost immunity.

When you do yoga postures like asana and pranayama, you increase the drainage of lymph. This helps the lymphatic system fight infection and dispose of the toxic waste products of cellular functioning. A good immune system protects you from various diseases.

-They lower your blood pressure.

High blood pressure can cause further kidney damage and increase your risk of heart failure. Savasana helps you control blood pressure.

-They build muscle strength to prevent muscle cramp, better your bone health to prevent renal bone disease, regulate adrenal glands, lower blood sugar, relax your system, ease your pain, etc.

Is Yoga good for Nephrotic Syndrome patients? Yes, of course. But you had better do yoga under the instruction of your doctor. If you would like to learn more information, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.







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