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Healthy Living in Summer for Patients with Nephrotic Syndrom

nephrotic syndromeIn clinic, an amount of protein in the urine and hypoproteinemia indicate Nephrotic Syndrome. If patients take the irregular treatment, protein in the urine may cause kidney failure and uremia. For the serious result, I want to remind patients with nephrotic syndrome how to avoid the relapse in summer.

1. Away from sunshine

Especially in summer, the sun shines in a lot which makes the weather become hot like a stove. Patients with nephrotic syndrome should adapt to the seasonal variation. Sunshine with a kind of harmful ray could damage human immune system. Therefore, patients should develop a good habit of daily life and avoid sunning

2. Refuse the cold foods

Summer is a season which is popular with cold foods. Watermelon as a typical food has the function of diuresis and detumescence. However, patients should pay more attention to the intake of it. Eating too much cold foods may increase the burden of kidney function.

3. Appropriately exercise

Proper physical exercise is benefit for recovery. Taking a walk, taichi or qigong are all good. In common, patients should do exercise in the morning or at dusk in order to avoid the strong sunshine. Swimming is also a grateful choice in summer. But, it needs lots of energy and the sanitation can’t be guaranteed. So, we don’t suggest patients with nephrotic syndrome swimming.

4. Sanitation

It means the personal hygiene and living environment. Don’t abuse the air-conditioner. The temperature in bedroom should be lower 5-6 degrees than outside. Otherwise, patients should cover the abdomen to prevent the cold when taking rest.

5. Adjust mood.

Usually, bad moods are the important reason for blood pressure. The process of treatment may be a long period. Patients must insist on and have the confidence and courage to overcome the disease. At spare time, patients may do some reading or play chess for entertainments.

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