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Surprised! Liquor can treat kidney failure?

2016-12-29 10:20
Alcohol! I heard many people know wine, it is a killer, it has a lot of advantages and disadvantages, but do not drink too much, good for the body, so please give us a kidney specialist introduced, wine really can cure kidney failure?
According to the "medicine literature" magazine reported that the U.S. researchers from Brigham and women's Hospital in Boston to participate in the "project of medical health study population sample of 11 thousand men, the blood tests and a questionnaire survey of their.
In the survey, men who drank at least 7 glasses of wine a week were more likely to have higher levels of creatinine in their blood than those who drank only about 1 or fewer drinks a week at a rate of about 30%. High levels of creatinine in blood is a strong sign of renal dysfunction.
Brigham and women's Hospital aging researcher Tobias Kurth said in a report, previous studies have shown that moderate drinking can help prevent cardiovascular disease, but the relationship between alcohol consumption and the deterioration of renal function is not clear, but most studies have found that drinking is harmful to the kidney.
"This is the first time that moderate alcohol consumption has been shown to reduce the risk of chronic kidney disease," he said. But considering that kidney disease is often associated with cardiovascular problems, the results are not surprising. This study may deepen our understanding of alcohol and disease prevention."
Although the results of this study are quite different from the traditional view, the researchers stress that this does not mean that people should drink alcohol, especially alcoholism as a means of kidney protection.
Kurth also noted that the study is limited to the health of men, so that the reliability of the conclusions, especially for female patients with EH and renal failure, further studies are needed to confirm.
Weight loss can not be reduced to renal failure
When summer comes, women are like flowers! Full flourish, let men see is mesmerizing, but not all of the flowers so confident, always pay attention to China Slim (except the Tang Dynasty), many young women suffer, according to a well-known health network reported that a young girl, because of the excessive fertilizer, resulting in weight loss is not anti anti kidney failure. A Research Institute of the experts to remind the majority of women in the United States and friends of friends, can not blindly lose weight, must be rational treatment.
Weight loss is always a hot topic for women, but also many female friends to fight for the goal. But now, if men ask evaluation standards of beauty, most men will look at the figure finally see the face, no matter how they look, have a devil woman is the pursuit of life, resulting in a fire and then fire slimming products, the price rises again!
According to a well-known health website reported that a 26 year old woman happy (a pseudonym) in order to keep slim, for 2 consecutive years a lot of weight-loss drugs, finally because of blurred consciousness symptoms and was sent to the hospital. Upon examination, her renal function has failed (typical weight loss cannot be reduced to renal failure).
Kidney disease experts, taking a large number of long-term some weight-loss drugs can cause temporary or permanent damage to the kidney. This is because the current weight-loss drug market is not standardized, not regular diet pills in some toxic substances in the liver and kidney caused by glomerular and renal tubular damage, cause kidney failure.
Kidney disease hospital experts remind the majority of female friends can not be blind to lose weight, if the kidney problems, it is not because of a The loss outweighs the gain., the beauty of the little life lost, it's not worth it, no body back, not the life, should be promptly to the regular professional treatment agencies for treatment of kidney disease.
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