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Exercises to Avoid with Kidney Trouble

Exercises to Avoid with Kidney TroubleIf you have been diagnosed with early or late stage of Kidney Disease, you can start a proper exercise program as part of your renal disease treatment. Moreover, this is an effective way to improve your quality of life. Here, we will talk about exercises that should be avoid for people with kidney trouble.

Actually, what kind of physical activity should one person with kidney disease do depends on his or her comprehensive illness condition. It is advisable to consult a doctor before starting any program. Generally speaking, strenuous or high-impact physical activities are suggested to be avoided, as they may worsen the symptoms of kidney disease and cause kidney injury.

Then, what type of fitness program is right for people with kidney trouble?

Talk to your doctor and get his consent, approval and personalized advice. Then, begin an exercise routine that is beneficial for you and your kidneys. Suitable choices include:

Walking, golfing, mopping, bowling, dusting, biking, slow dancing, Tai Chi, yoga, water aerobics, slow jogging, softball, gardening, etc.

Be sure to exercise at a pace that is comfortable. Once you feel uncomfortable, back off and slow down. Stop if necessary. Signs of discomfort include difficulty breathing, sudden headache, tingling or numbness, fatigue, discomfort in the chest, unusually aches, etc.

In addition, you should not exercise without talking with your doctor if you are in any of cases including: having fever, having changed the dialysis or medicine schedule, eat too much, weather is too hot or humid, etc.

Working out and eating right go hand-in-hand. So, it is necessary to work with your dietitian to make a healthy mean plan. If you would like more information, please Contact Us.

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