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Can Someone with Nephrotic Syndrome Exercise

Can Someone with Nephrotic Syndrome ExerciseExercise is a part of healthy lifestyle. But for some patients, they are not recommended to do exercises blindly, because improper exercise may worsen their state of illness. Can someone with Nephrotic Syndrome exercise? After reading this article, you will find the answer.

Health benefits of exercise for Nephrotic Syndrome patients

Generally speaking, exercise can bring you many health benefits.

-Fatigue is a common complaint of kidney patients. Exercise can build your muscles so that they can provide you more energy.

-Hyperlipemia is a typical complication of Nephrotic Syndrome. Exercise can help you lower blood cholesterol and reduce your risk of heart failure.

-Exercise can strengthen your immunity to help you fight against aliments, such as infections to reduce relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome.

-Exercise can also help you improve sleeping quality and poor appetite.

-Aerobic exercises can increase oxygen in the blood so as to improve anoxia in the body.

If your Nephrotic Syndrome is not stabilized, exercise is not recommended.

Nephrotic Syndrome patients often have severe edema and massive proteinuria. If edema occurs in lower limbs, exercise can worsen edema. Exercises can also increase protein leakage. In such case, you had better stay in bed. When edema disappears and proteinuria reduces, you can take part in some gentle exercises, such as walking, jogging, yoga, tai chi, etc.

How to stabilize Nephrotic Syndrome?

Steroids and other immunosuppressants are the common used drugs for Nephrotic Syndrome. But they have many side effects in the long run. And Nephrotic Syndrome relapses frequently with such a treatment. Traditional Chinese Medicine can set up a good blood environment for the damaged kidneys and provide them with essential elements, such as amino acids and trace elements to speed up recovery. After a period of treatment, Nephrotic Syndrome can be stabilized.

Can someone with Nephrotic Syndrome exercise? It depends on your medical condition. If you want to know more information about Nephrotic Syndrome, please leave a message below or contact online doctor directly.

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