Kidney Disorders

Your kidneys perform a number of different tasks, the most crucial one is to eliminate toxins from the body and cleanse the blood of various waste products including creatinine, urea, potassium, and salt.

+91 9811744999
Why Kidney fails?

However, when the kidneys are not functioning well, waste products begin to accumulate throughout the body and cause issues. Diabetes and high blood pressure are the two main causes of renal failure. People who have these reasons frequently experience symptoms including exhaustion, nausea, vomiting, and edema. However, a number of signs may indicate severe kidney and body damage.

Book an Appoinment

The primary cause of any disease for many individuals worldwide these days is kidney illness. More than 2 lakh persons in India had kidney illness diagnosed last year. We are all aware that the kidneys clean the blood and eliminate waste products from the body. But because of renal failure, the kidneys no longer function as well as they did when they were healthier. There are actually two different kinds of renal failure: temporary and permanent.
- When the kidneys begin to lose their ability to cleanse the blood, the situation is referred to be transient, acute or temporary.
- Chronic or (permanent ) persistent renal failure is the term used to describe the condition in which the kidneys have sustained lasting damage and blood is being cleansed by dialysis.

Causes of Kidney failure

Glomerular Diseases

When the glomeruli are damaged, proteins and even red blood cells get flushed out into the urine.

Diabetes & High Blood pressure

Millions of microscopic filters known as "Nephrons" make up each kidney. Diabetes-related elevated blood sugar over time can harm Nephrons and renal blood vessels.

Kidney hypertension is high blood pressure that is brought on by a constriction of the arteries that supply blood to the kidneys.

Protein in urine

Protein seeps past the filters in your kidneys and ends up in your urine. Proteins serve a variety of vital purposes, including: Creating muscles and bones, therefore this issue might be a symptom of kidney damage.

Symptoms of Kidney Failure

Kidney Failure does not happen overnight. It starts with infection and ends up in failure.

  • foamy and dark-colored urine
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Foamy or cloudy urine
  • Swollen feet and ankles
  • Tiredness
  • Frequent urination
  • Poor appetite
  • Blood in urine
  • Dry and itchy skin
  • Muscle cramps
  • Puffiness around the eyes
Kidney Failure

Your kidneys are essential organs that remove waste and excess fluid from your blood; without them, you cannot survive. Disorders that impair your kidney's capacity to filter blood can damage not just your kidneys but also other organs in your body. To know more about kidney diseases, click on the links below.


Kidney Failure

Acute kidney injury (AKI) is a sudden deterioration of the kidneys. AKI causes waste products to accumulate in your blood, making it difficult for your kidneys to maintain the proper fluid balance in your body.

Know More

Kidney Failure

Chronic kidney disease (CKD), sometimes known as chronic kidney failure (CKF), is characterized by a gradual loss of kidney function. In the early stages of CKD, you may have minimal signs or symptoms.

Know More


IgA nephropathy is an uncommon condition that causes inflammation (swelling) & kidney damage owing to protein buildup in your kidneys. This reduces your kidneys' ability to filter waste & fluid from your blood.

Know More

Kidney Disease

Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) and autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease is a genetic illness in which clusters of cysts form mostly within the kidneys, causing the kidneys to grow and eventually fail.

Know More
Why you need to Stop Dialysis?

Dialysis is a costly and time-consuming treatment that can have several negative impacts on a patient's health. The risks of dying on dialysis climb in the first four years, then fall in the next five to 10 years before rising again after 11 years. During the first four years, the majority of fatalities were caused by infections and heart problems. The late rise in mortality was mostly caused by infection and the termination of dialysis.

Dialysis side effects include:

  • Sudden decrease in Blood Pressure
  • Cramps in the muscles
  • Skin irritation
  • Clots in the blood
  • Infection
  • Anemia
  • Having trouble sleeping
  • Heart problems
  • Heart attack

Instead, you should use Ayurvedic treatment for:

Individuals showing Abnormal Symptoms

Abnormal signs of kidney failure include reduced urine production, shortness of breath, frothy and dark-colored urine, swelling in your legs and ankles, and an irregular pulse. These symptoms necessitate a renal examination and Ayurvedic therapy.


Dialysis Patients

Ayurveda has a unique and targeted approach to chronic renal disease. SRIAAS offers Ayurvedic therapy for renal failure. We provide therapy for all phases of renal disease. The key to our success in treating renal disorders is disease-specific tailoring. As a result, every dialysis patient can be treated with Ayurvedic medicine.

Individuals with End-Stage Renal Disease

The Ayurvedic approach to the care of renal illnesses, at whatever stage, is to first strengthen the body to prevent future kidney damage. Ayurvedic treatment enhances the essential parts of your body, so patients report having a revitalized sense of wellbeing and excellent health towards the end of treatment for renal disorders.


Those Seeking Natural Treatment

Our Ayurvedic therapy includes herbal supplements, lifestyle and nutrition guidelines, and has a comprehensive influence on the body. Our Ayurvedic therapy is ideal for people who desire to regain their kidneys without losing them naturally or requiring a transplant.

Why Ayurvedic treatment at SRIAAS is the BEST?
100% Natural and Safe

Our clinical procedures, which are based on the ancient science of Ayurveda, have shown to be beneficial in the treatment of renal failure. Personalized herbal supplements are prescribed by our experts based on the underlying cause of the diagnosis.

Individualized Root Cause Treatment

The primary objective of our Ayurvedic Kidney therapies is to cure issues at their origin rather than merely suppress the symptoms, and our efforts do not stray from this philosophy.

A Comprehensive Approach

The fundamental premise of our Ayurvedic therapy is to treat each patient as an individual human being with a unique individuality. We prioritize the treatment of the patient over the treatment of the ailment.

Continuous Monitoring

We concentrate on all elements of your health, including physical, philosophical, psychological, and ethical well-being, in order to ensure long-term wellbeing. Our doctor will keep in touch with you during your treatment to monitor your progress and answer any questions you may have about your health.

Individualized Diet and Lifestyle Plans

Get long-term relief by making precise dietary and lifestyle modifications. Customized treatments that include individualized food, Ayurvedic supplements, and lifestyle planners devised by our experts to augment herbal supplements for a complete therapy of their underlying problem.