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Kidney disease patients not only experience the physical pain but also suffer from the psychical torment, which is the common complain among patients. How can I manage stress with kidney disease? Surely most renal disease patients have the concern.
Actually, we all experience stress and it’s part of life. However, too much stress can contribute to poor health, increasing our blood pressure and damage our kidneys further. To know the management methods, we should know the relationship about stress and kidney disease.
How does stress impact kidneys?
When your body is under high levels of stress for sustained periods of time, you will suffer from numerous physical reactions like infection, injury, disease. If left unchecked, can eventually harm your health. The combined impacts of increased blood pressure, faster heart rate, and higher fats and sugar in your blood can contribute to high blood pressure and diabetes as well as cardiovascular disease.
Both hypertension and diabetes can place an additional strain or burden on your kidneys. And people with high blood pressure and high blood sugar are at a higher risk for kidney disease. In addition, when diagnosed with kidney disease, you will suffer from anxiety, angry, argument, upset and so on due to disease itself pain. Through the above analysis, stress and uncontrolled reactions to stress can also lead to kidney damage, and kidney damage also can induce extra stress.
How can I manage stress with kidney disease?
You should know, everything is possible and some simple ways can help you reduce or even relieve stress.
1. Eat healthier foods and regulate your dietary plan timely according to changes of your illness condition.
2. Do exercise regularly and have more physical activity (moderate exercise like Tai Chi, yoga, jogging, walking, swimming and so on.)
3. Maintain a positive attitude and outlook (listen the soft music and humor jokes)
4. Massage (it can help relax tightened muscles and soften them, and also can help relieve stress).
5. Talk to someone like your friend, loved one or healthcare professional.
6. Get enough sleep and maintain a regular sleep schedule.
Aside from the mentioned above, you should also look for medical treatment to reduce the physical pain. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Stem Cell Therapy, and Blood Pollution Therapy can help you. More information, you can email to firstname.lastname@example.org and leave a message below directly.