The kidney can be reversed if the patient recognizes the symptoms of kidney failure on time, chooses the proper treatment method, and starts caring for their health. Treatment depends on the condition of the disease, but Ayurveda dares to cure worse to worst disease.

In Ayurveda, we work on the causes or the root of the disease. In allopathic, there is no cure for the kidney. They only have only two options, the first is dialysis, and the second last is a transplant, but Ayurveda cures the kidney and starts the functioning process naturally.


Kidney Disease 

Unhealthy kidneys are unable to remove extra potassium from the blood. Potassium has an essential role in the body of maintaining heart beating regularly and muscle working. In kidney failure, you may need to avoid those foods which are high in potassium. Signs of High Potassium include Fatigue, weakness, trouble breathing, muscle cramps, and Nausea. In addition, excess potassium in the blood may lead to a heart attack. 


When the kidney can’t filter the blood from the body the way it does and waste products and fluid build-up in the body, some causes worsen the kidney, like high blood pressure, diabetes. Following are the most common causes which make kidneys worse.


These are the leading cause of kidney damage.

  1. High blood pressure
    High blood pressure damages the small blood vessels in the kidneys. As a result, the kidneys cannot filter the blood precisely due to the shrinkage in the blood vessel. High blood pressure also develops heart disease. Therefore, it is necessary to control high blood pressure.

Our heart pumps blood with some force, and if due to some reason, this force increases, and it starts pumping the blood at a very high rate that causes high blood pressure. 


  1. Diabetes
    Diabetes is a condition characterized by high blood glucose (sugar) levels. High levels of sugar in the blood damage the millions of tiny filtering units within each kidney. It can eventually lead to kidney failure.

Diabetes can also be the reason for damaged arteries. It is also one of the causes of high blood pressure, and if it is not treated on time, it can lead to trouble, including blood vessel damage, heart attack, and kidney failure.


  1. Taking multiple pills
    We are taking multiple pills for minor illnesses like cold, fever, headache, stomach ache, etc., which leads to chemical reactions and causes kidney damage. In addition, the combination of numerous medicines with caffeine makes the kidney worse.

Kidneys can be damaged if a person takes regular allopathic medicines as they affect the kidney most. Therefore, these medicines should not be taken daily or regularly without first talking to your healthcare provider.


  1. Alcohol in excess
    Alcohol is a hazardous drug that damages the kidney and lungs. Nowadays, every alcoholic drinker is suffering from kidney damage.

It has harmful effects on the kidney that can even lead to acute kidney failure(sudden drop in kidney function). This often goes away after a time, but it can occasionally lead to lasting kidney damage.


  1. Heart and blood vessel disease

High blood pressure shrinks the blood vessel, and because of shrinkage kidney can’t filter blood, and waste develops in a considerable amount.


If we talk about Heart disease, it is one of the most common causes of death among people with kidney disease. In heart disease, the heart may not pump blood correctly, which causes pressure to build in the main vein connected to your kidneys and leads to a blockage.


Symptoms of Kidney Disease

  1. Abdominal (belly) pain
    Patients may feel side belly pain. Pain can be worse and average. Collection of the vast amount of waste product and fluid can cause Abdominal (belly) pain.
  1. loss of appetite
    Appetite may worsen with the progression of kidney disease leading to malnutrition. In addition, patients with Chronic Kidney Disease frequently experience poor appetite-related uremia, complications of Chronic Kidney Disease.
  1. Nausea and vomiting
    Nausea and vomiting include the build-up of uremic toxins, medications, gastroparesis, ulcers, gastroesophageal reflux disease, gall bladder disease, and Nausea and vomiting are very common in kidney patients.
  1. Shortness of breath
    Shortness of breath can cause because of these complications
    1) Extra fluid in the body can be build up in the lungs
    2) Shortage of oxygen-carrying red blood cells can leave your body oxygen-starved and short of breath
  1. Swelling in hands or feet
    The kidney removes the waste and extra amount of fluid from the body; because of kidney damage, it can’t flush the waste fluid, and then this fluid can stay in the system instead of being excreted. Therefore, swelling around the hands, feet, and ankles may be associated with kidney or heart failure and shouldn’t be dismissed.
  1. Feeling itchy

When kidneys fail, the build-up of wastes in your blood can cause severe itching because one of the works of the kidney is to remove wastes from the bloodstream.


  1. Fatigue

EPO and Erythropoietin is a healthy hormone made through a healthy kidney. And when kidneys fail, they make less EPO, With fewer red blood cells to carry oxygen that may also cause Fatigue.


Following these Tips can reserve the kidney

  1. Healthy and proper diet
    Following a healthy and paper diet (Include a variety of grains (primarily whole grains), fresh fruits, and vegetables) and less sodium (salt) intake can reverse the kidney. In Ayurvedic kidney treatment, we provide a personalized diet chart to every patient.
  1. Keep blood pressures in control

 Blood pressure should be controlled to less than 130/80 if you have CKD. Keep managing stress levels because stress increases high blood pressure. To maintain your stress level in control, do some yoga breathing exercises, Keep moving your body, and being physically active. Keep maintaining weight. Ayurveda works because also in Ayurveda, we focus on balancing high blood pressure.


  1. Keep blood sugar or diabetes in control

The diet must include lots of fruits, whole grains, vegetables, turkey, chicken, and fish in your diet. You should be aware that your diet does not hold high levels of sugar and calorie. The diet should also not have high levels of salt and sodium. You should include lots of fruits, whole grains, vegetables, turkey, chicken, and fish in your diet.


  1. Do Yoga regularly

Yoga is beneficial for kidney patients. It helps to keep healthy, energetic. Do daily some household activities because these activities also count as mild Exercise. Aim for a healthy weight and include physical activity each day. Yoga is a great way to keep your weight in check and improve overall health. For example, walk for 30 minutes three times a week or more.


  1. Quit smoking and drinking
    Patients need to avoid smoking and drinking if they want to cure their kidneys. Smoking and drinking also damage the other organs of the body like high blood pressure, liver disease, and heart disease as well. 



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