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What Physical Activities Could Be for Nephrotic Syndrome in Children

My research is on Nephrotic Syndrome in children, so I want to know about what physical activities cold be there at home for children. Please help me out for this.

Hello, friend. For your case, I need to learn more info about your illness condition. And if you want to get the individualized suggestions, please be free to contact our Online Doctor or leave a message below directly. I can give the general suggestions for your reference.

1. Swimming

Swimming is an excellent aerobic exercise, but considerations should be made before starting a program. As a mild exercise, it benefits the health of nephrotic syndrome patients, especially teenagers and children.

2. Walking

Walking is one of simplest and most available aerobic exercises. You can vary the intensity to math your fitness level.

3. Yoga

Yoga is a very healthy exercise which can help strengthen immune system and improve immunity. But you should pay attention to have a regular rest.

But what I want to express is that healthy exercises is just helpful for body healthy, but cannot repair kidney damage. Therefore, if you are interested in alternative treatments, just ask us and please trust us! In Beijing Tongshantang Hospital, treatments like Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Blood Pollution Therapy and so on can be your best kidney disease treatment.

Topic: Nephrotic Syndrome Basics

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