Nephrotic Syndrome is a kidney disease that can not be cured, but it can be alleviated with appropriate treatment. Can you lead a normal life with Nephrotic Syndrome? The answer is certain, but you can only live a relatively normal life. You should pay attention to the following things in the daily.
Diet is an important part of our life. If you have Nephrotic Syndrome, you can not enjoy whatever you like to eat and drink. Because some of them can cause relapse of your disease or lead to further damage to your kidneys. You should know how to protect your kidney function through diet. Generally speaking, for Nephrotic Syndrome patients, you should follow a low protein diet, low sodium diet and low fat diet. But you can consume proper vegetables and fruits high in vitamins, such as cranberry, kiwi-fruit and pepper. They can boost your immune system and help you fight against kidney disease. To be a vegetarian is very good for your health.
Exercise is also indispensable in the daily. Doing exercise regularly can promote your immune system, improve poor sleeping quality and appetite, boost energy, lower blood pressure, etc. Besides, aerobic exercise can increase oxygen in your body so as to improve anoxia in your kidneys. But you should make proper exercise plan according to your medical condition, because overexercise can worsen your kidney disease.
Without appropriate treatment, you can not live a normal life, so you should receive treatment aggressively. Though prednisone and some other medicines can control your symptoms, importance should be attached to their side effects. When your illness is brought under control, you can change some other medicine with few side effects such as Chinese medicine to regulate your whole body.
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