Should People with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Do Exercises
Just as an old saying goes: life lies in movement. Exercise makes healthy people healthier and makes patients recover. Moreover, seeing from pathological changes, almost all the people with Chronic Kidney Disease have different levels of blood circulation disorder and slowed blood flow. Reduced blood volume in kidneys makes nutrient substances be in short supply, which will give rise to damage or death of renal intrinsic cells. We all know doing some exercises can speed up our heartbeat and thus to promote blood circulation, which will enable renal cells get more nutrient substances. In this case, doing exercises is beneficial to people with Chronic Kidney Disease.
However, some people may worry that doing exercises will aggravate their symptoms like microscopic hematuria, edema and especially the proteinuria. Undoubtedly, drastic exercises will deteriorate some manifestations, but we can not stay in bed all the time just for keeping the indexes in the normal range, so doing some exercises is necessary.
Even though doing exercises is healthful, choosing the correct activity is very important for people with Chronic Kidney Disease and the suitable activities for people with Chronic Kidney Disease include walking and playing Taiji.
Moreover, for people with Chronic Kidney Disease, through doing moderate exercises, symptom of lower appetite may be relieved at the same time. As it has so many advantages, people with Chronic Kidney Disease should try to do some exercises in their daily life, so as to recover quickly. For more information, please email to me or consult our consultant online, we will try our best to help you.