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Coffee is an extremely prevailing drink in our daily life due to its unique taste and function. However, for patients with renal parenchymal disease, they should keep alert when they drink the coffee because they have many dietary restrictions.
Well then, can they drink coffee like the healthy people?
As a matter of fact, coffee is a kind of stimulant that may cause many effects to our body. It is diuretic and can stimulate the central nervous and respiratory system, expand blood vessels, remit the fatigue of brain and muscle, etc. Besides, the delicious coffee can make us the beautiful life. Even though it contains so many benefits, patients with renal parenchymal disease had better keep away from the drink.
Why? See the reasons in the following content:
There are millions of nephrons exist in the renal parenchymal area of each kidney. Nephrons are consisted of glomeruli--small blood vessels and tubules, which filters the blood throughout the body. Once renal parenchymal disease develops, kidneys lose its ability to remove the waste products from the blood, causing various symptoms, like swelling, proteinuria, high blood pressure, anemia and so on. In these condition, patients are not suggest to take coffee. Because coffee contains much caffeine that may stimulate the damaged kidneys and aggravate the kidney disease. Besides,owing to the severer symptoms and complications caused by renal parenchymal disease,the intake of coffee may increase the risk of dying from the CVD (cardiovascular disease ).
Last but not least, patients should look for coffee replace drinks.
Some herbal teas show good effect on protecting remaining renal function and ease related symptoms like high creatinine level, edema, proteinuria and so on. These teas include dandelion root tea, corn silk tea, nettle leaf tea, cinnamon tea and so on. Besides, if you need to medical and natural treatment, you can also email to us at email@example.com or leave a message below directly and you will get free help within 48 hours!