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How Ayurveda cures Acute kidney disease?

by Rahul Kumar Health and Medical

The kidneys are a pair of fist-sized organs located at the bottom of the rib cage, one on each side of the spine. Kidneys are responsible for filtering waste products, extra fluids, and impurities out of the blood through urine.

 

Kidney disease occurs when the kidneys are unable to perform their functions and can’t filter the blood the way they should. It is mainly caused by diabetes and hypertension, and various other chronic conditions. Without treatment, the damage to the kidneys may progress, which can be life-threatening.

 

What is acute kidney disease?

 

Acute kidney disease is when the kidneys abruptly lose their ability to function properly. It develops rapidly, usually in less than a few days. When this happens, the filtration process comes to a stake, and the levels of waste may accumulate in the blood.

 

Acute kidney disease can be life-threatening and requires immediate treatment. If proper treatment is not initiated the condition of the kidneys could get worse and can even lead to kidney failure.

 

Causes of acute kidney disease

 

Acute kidney disease is caused by conditions that hamper the functioning of the kidneys. The below mentioned are the causes of acute kidney disease:

 

1.    A condition that slows blood flow to the kidneys

     Heart attack

     Heart disease

     Liver failure

     Blood loss

     Infection

     Fluid loss

     Use of certain drugs like aspirin, ibuprofen, etc

     Severe burns

     Severe dehydration

 

2.    The condition leading to direct damage to the kidneys

     Blood clots in the veins and arteries in and around the kidneys

     Cholesterol build-up in the blood

     Glomerulonephritis, an inflammation of the small filters in the kidneys

     Lupus, an immune system disorder

     Hemolytic uremic syndrome, a condition resulting from premature destruction of red blood cells

     Scleroderma, a disease affecting the skin and connective tissues

     Toxins such as heavy metals, alcohol, and cocaine

     Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura, a rare blood disorder

     Breakdown of tumor cells and the release of toxins into the bloodstream

     Medications such as certain chemotherapy drugs, antibiotics, etc.

 

3. Urine blockage in the kidneys

     Bladder cancer

     Clots in the urinary tract

     Cervical cancer

     Colon cancer

     Kidney stones

     Prostate cancer

     Enlarged prostate

     Nerve damage involving the nerves that control the bladder

 

 

Symptoms of acute kidney disease

 

The symptoms of acute kidney disease include:

 

     Swelling

     Fluid retention

     Chest pain

     Decreased sensation

     Bruising easily

     Prolonged bleeding

     Decreased appetite

     Seizures

     Nausea

     Vomiting

     Fatigue

     High blood pressure

     Shortness of breath

     Decreased urine output

     Confusion

 

 

Diagnostic tests

 

The diagnostic tests involved in acute kidney disease are as follows:

     Urine output measurements: Examining urination for 24 hours may help your doctor know about the cause of acute kidney disease.

     Urine tests: A sample of urine is taken to identify if it has substances like protein, pus, and bacteria in it.

     Blood tests: Creatinine is a waste compound that indicates a lot about kidney function. If your blood has creatinine, it means your kidney function is not accurate.

     Imaging tests: Imaging tests reveal the structure of the kidneys and malfunction if any. Ultrasound and computerized tomography are the two tests done to know the condition of the kidneys.

     A kidney biopsy: In rare cases, your doctor may tell you to go for a kidney biopsy. It is done by extracting a sample of the kidney tissue and testing it for kidney function.

 

When to see a doctor

 

Consult your doctor if you have any signs and symptoms mentioned above linked to acute kidney disease. Your doctor will only be able to tell you about your health after ordering diagnostic tests. It is better to opt for Acute kidney treatment in Ayurveda to get permanent relief from the disease naturally.

 

 

Acute Kidney treatment in Ayurveda

 

Ayurveda offers treatment for all stages of kidney-related diseases. Ayurvedic medicines are 100% organic and natural. They have no side effects involved in the treatment. Every individual has unique Prakriti and Doshic properties, which are considered by a kidney specialist or an ayurvedic practitioner before giving the treatment.

 

Acute kidney treatment in Ayurveda provides herbal medicines with properly customized diet plans and lifestyle modifications. The kidney treatment in Ayurveda also suggests that yoga and meditation can be beneficial for the treatment of kidney disease.

 

 

Ayurveda keeps the kidneys healthy in the following ways:

 

     Ayurvedic medicines help to lower blood pressure

     It acts as a natural diuretic to help expel urine from the body

     It gives permanent relief from the symptoms of kidney disease

     It strengthens kidney function

     It helps to stop kidney dialysis and transplant

     It uses natural and organic herbs to cure the disease

 

At Karma Ayurveda, Acute kidney treatment in Ayurveda promotes the overall well-being of a person. The ayurvedic treatment focuses on the root cause of the disease and its complications. Hence, the treatment is effective and permanent.


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