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These four unhealthy lifestyles are most damaging to the kid

2017-03-06 16:33

Today, people pay more and more attention to nutrition and health, but the incidence of kidney disease is still high, mainly with the following four unhealthy lifestyles


1, eat seafood, drink beer, a high protein diet, such as food, will produce too much uric acid and urea nitrogen metabolic waste, aggravating kidney

Dirty discharge burden, and a large number of drinking easily lead to hyperuricemia, not only lead to gout, can also cause hyperlipidemia, kidney disease. And "Bian Chihai

Fresh side to drink beer by the kidney physician called the most damage to the kidney to eat".

2, eat salty water, don't stay up all night long, work pressure, love to drink tea and coffee, eating salty will lead to increased blood pressure, renal blood

The flow can not maintain normal flow, resulting in renal insufficiency. If you do not drink water for a long time, the amount of urine will be reduced, the body of waste and toxins can not be timely

Excreted, but also easily lead to kidney stones, hydronephrosis and other diseases.

3, indiscriminate use of drugs, excessive use of drugs for long-term use of nephrotoxic drugs easily lead to tubulointerstitial damage, causing nephropathy. These drugs include horses

Chinese herbal medicine aristolochic acid ingredients, such as Guan Mutong, kangfangchi radsz, etc., as well as non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (such as Compound Aminopyrine Phenacetin Tablets, acetaminophen) and partial resistance

Vitamins (such as gentamicin, streptomycin) etc..

4, often holding back urine in the bladder in a long time it is easy to breed bacteria, bacteria by retrograde ureteral to the kidney, can cause urinary tract infections and kidney

Pyelonephritis. If the treatment is not timely or not complete, can cause chronic infection, recurrent, refractory.


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