Keep Weight and Blood Pressure in Check to Keep Kidneys Healthy

Kidney transplant cases are on the rise in the country. There are only 15 thousand kidney donors against 2 lakh patients. These figures specify 2 things. The first people do not understand the disease of the kidney. This leads to a kidney transplant. Secondly, transplants are not easy for patients who are about to develop kidney failure as there are fewer donors.

Both are the only ways to get rid of the problem. Keep in mind every small thing that makes the kidney sick. Today is World Kidney Day. On this occasion, let us know how to keep kidneys healthy.

This is why kidney cases are increasing

Experts say that when a kidney disease starts, there are certain symptoms. Some symptoms are also similar to other diseases. So people ignore it. This causes serious kidney disease and leads to the last stage. This is why 90% of kidney patients do not understand the disease.

Dr. Amjad Khan Pathan says that if urine changes in color or blood is in it, it is a symptom of kidney disease. Symptoms indicate that there is a kidney, a tumor or infection. If you have foam in urine or have to go to urine frequently at night, it indicates that there is a problem in your kidneys. Also, if you have problems like hunger, vomiting, difficulty breathing, stiffness of muscles and sleeplessness, contact your doctor.

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In 2006, the International Society of Nephrology and the International Federation of Kidney Foundation started World Kidney Day to raise awareness about kidney disease and treatment. Kidney Day is celebrated every year on the second Thursday of March. The theme is decided every year. This year's theme is 'Kidney Health for Everyone'.

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