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As we all know exercises are good for our body health and we can get many benefits from doing exercise regularly. Then, did you know that kidney disease patients can exercise? Actually, many sports and activities are available to kidney patients such as swimming.
Swimming is regarded as one of the best exercise a kidney disease patients can do. Here are some benefits of swimming for kidney disease patients.
Improve cardiovascular disease
Swimming plays an important role in improving cardiovascular disease. It helps build the heart muscle within in return allows it to pump blood at a much faster rate which can increases patient’s blood circulation. Therefore, it is good for protecting heart health and preventing kidney damage.
Strengthen immune system
This exercise allows people to use the arms, legs and lungs all at the same time. It not only can strengthen body but also can improve immunity so as to fight against various bacteria and virus.
Reducing high blood pressure
For patient with kidney disease, doing this exercise can help reduce the high blood pressure with as much effectiveness as a blood pressure medication.
Although swimming has so many benefits for kidney disease patients, it does not mean that they can do this sport freely. The following aspects you should pay attention to.
1. Proper amount of exercise is essential for kidney disease patients. That needs to depend on your individualized condition.
2. Never go to swim in bodies of water that are not chlorinated, such as ponds,lakes and rivers,which can increase the risk of infection of the catheter significantly.
3. After you finish your swimming,you should change into dry clothes and redo your exit site care.
4. If you were a PKD patient, you’d better avoid swimming because vigorous movement and collision of swimming may lead to cystic rupture, which can worsen illness condition.
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