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Are changes in urine color related to proteinuria?

by Rahul Kumar Health and Medical

Yes, our body is precisely designed to survive by readily responding to certain biological and environmental stresses that interfere with our body's functioning. Runny nose, fever, and headaches are your body's way of saying that there's something wrong going inside, and you need to seek medical attention in order to prevent the progression of the disease. In the same context, your urine also tells a lot about your kidneys' health which are remarkably intricate organs in charge of purifying your blood from waste materials and other substances timely.


The color or texture of your urine can have a variety of reasons, let's have a look-

      Clear urine indicates good hydration or overhydration.

      Having pinkish or cola-colored urine indicates blood in the urine

      Having urine is a sign of certain foods or medication that pass through your kidneys

      Blue or green urine is rare but indicates the sign of bacteria, which can affect your kidneys' functioning.


But today, we'll address foamy urine; why does it occur? What are the consequences of having foamy urine? How can we solve this problem?


Protein in Urine Treatment Ayurveda


What does foamy urine mean?

Having foamy urine can be a sign of protein in the urine, a serious health condition named proteinuria. Proteinuria is a renal ailment in which your urine has a higher concentration of protein in urine than other substances, which indicates that your kidneys are not functioning properly as they should.


How does proteinuria occur?

Proteinuria mainly occurs when the tiny blood vessels which are primed to purify your blood and hold back protein from seeping out from the body via urine stop working in an adequate manner. But that necessarily doesn't mean that your kidneys have stopped functioning properly; there are other lifestyle factors that can turn your urine foamy, includes the following-


      If you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes

      If your uric acid is high

      Overconsumption of alcohol

      When you hold urine for long


You're likely to have proteinuria if you have foamy urine for more than six months. Proteinuria is mainly caused when your kidneys work extra hard to expel excessive substances from the body. The increased consumption of protein can make your kidneys overwork which can cause inflammation inside the glomeruli, and they stop working properly.


How can proteinuria be detected in time?

Proteinuria takes a certain time to get visible in your body. A person suffering from proteinuria might have foamy urine and other signs after 30 to 40% of kidneys' functioning. The symptoms may include the following-

      Frothy and foamy urine

      Swollen feet, hands, face, or belly

      Having frequent urges to pass urine

      Having severe muscle cramps at night

      Nausea and feeling of throwing up

      Poor appetite

      Shortness of breath

      Loss of appetite

      Puffiness around eyes, especially in the morning


What to do when you are diagnosed with proteinuria? 

You might need to make some major modifications in your lifestyle and dietary habits if you wish for healthy kidneys. The next step is to seek medical attention because proteinuria can permanently impair your kidneys' functioning and lead to protein deficiency. If you want a genuine revival of your kidneys' functioning, then switch to Ayurvedic treatment, which can effectively cure any type of kidney complications ranging from mild to severe ones.


How can Ayurveda cure proteinuria?

Ayurveda uses a distinctive approach by offering several combinations of natural remedies that can effectively cure damage, obstruction, swelling, or inflammation occurring inside your kidneys. Ayurvedic treatment is extremely safe as the medicines are purely formulated from the extract of natural herbs, leaves, and fruits, which are composed of unique healing abilities. The best thing about Ayurveda is that it not only targets the affected area but also concretes your body's ability to prevent the progression of any disease that tries to invade your kidneys' functioning. Ayurvedic treatment employs a holistic approach and harmonizes your mind, body, and soul so that you can attain overall holistic health. Ayurvedic treatment incorporates the bio-cleansing procedures of panchakarma that cleanse your body from toxins, bacteria, and budding infections, making you vulnerable to severe health complications. 


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