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5 sintomas de rins fracos.

5 sintomas de rins fracos.

5 sintomas de rins fracos.



Hi guys! How are you? Today we are going to talk about weak kidneys. I saw few videos talking about the subject, so I thought it was interesting to bring this knowledge here for you. You must know someone who does dialysis, right? Why did he lose his kidneys and have to start dialysis? And what are the symptoms of a patient who has kidney failure, do you know it? I will explain all this in detail to you, so stay with me until the end of the video! Play the intro! Dr. Roberto Yano Cardiologist

Physician Hello, friends of the heart, how are you? I am Dr. Roberto Yano Cardiologist and Pacemaker Specialist. Let's talk today about the kidneys. We know that kidney problems are directly associated with heart disease. People with kidney failure are likely to develop heart disease at some point in their lives! To give you an idea, today in Brazil approximately 100,000 people are on dialysis! And every year 21,000 new people will have to do it, they will have to start dialysis! But what are

the kidneys for? What do they actually do? The kidneys are very important organs for our body, they are responsible for eliminating excreta, waste and cleaning the toxins that are present in our body! The kidneys act as a filter removing excess fluid from our body. In addition, they play a key role in controlling our blood pressure, as they produce a substance called renin, which is essential for the good control of our blood pressure. The kidneys produce erythropoietin w hich stimulates the

production of red blood cells, which are our blood cells! In addition, the kidneys also control the amount of sodium, potassium, chlorine, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, keeping these electrolytes at normal levels at all times! What a multitude of things our kidneys do! It's awesome, isn't it? And when the kidneys aren't working well, what can happen? Toxins can start to accumulate in our body, excess fluid can occur and the person tends to become more bloate d, we can develop anemia because our

blood production is affected, the pressure is totally out of control, as we lose capacity from self-regulation of blood pressure, there may be accumulation and loss of electrolytes, such as increased potassium, for example; with increased potassium, the heart may start to experience cardiac arrhythmia; in addition, there may be a drop in immunity, a drop in libido with sexual impotence; with increased pressure, the patient can easily progress to he art failure, which is a weak heart; in addition,

of course, to increasing the risk of a heart attack! Anyway, there are countless problems! And you saw that these are potentially serious problems. And what are the main causes of kidney failure? Why do so many people have kidney failure and don't even know it? Did you know that 10% of people have kidney failure? The main causes are similar to the causes that make the heart weak. High blood pressure can affect the kidneys, poorly contro lled Diabetes, kidney diseases such as kidney cysts and

kidney recurrent stones, diseases such as Glomerulonephritis or Pyelonephritis, and smoking itself can also lead to kidney failure. A frequently seen situation is the indiscriminate abusive use of anti-inflammatory drugs such as Diclofenac, Nimesulide, Ibuprofen, for example. How many people I've seen lose their kidneys due to anti-inflammatory drugs! I always see this type of patient in the office! Still have autoimmune dis eases such as lupus, prostate disease can also cause kidney failure. And

why are many people who have it and don't even know it? What happens is that until there is a considerable loss of the kidneys, the patient does not feel anything at all! So, when he starts to experience symptoms it's because he's already lost more than 70% of his kidneys! Remembering that kidney damage can often be irreversible, if it was injured there, that piece is no longer recoverable! That's why it's import ant to have an early diagnosis! If you are hypertensive, diabetic or have recurrent

urine infections, for example, beware! Always check if the kidneys are 100%! There are super simple tests such as urea creatinine, simple urine test, or 24-hour proteinuria, which can already help a lot to know how your kidneys are! So always stay tuned, ok? Are you enjoying the video? Are you liking every new video of mine? Are you sharing any videos in the WhatsApp group? Come on, guys! All helping to save the world! Share all my new video! So let's go to the top 5 symptoms of weak

kidneys. Symptom number 1: nausea and vomiting. Due to the accumulation of fluid and fluid and electrolyte imbalance, the intestine can start to function in slow motion, which can cause nausea and vomiting. In addition, the intoxication itself due to the excess of substances that were not able to be eliminated can also cause this malaise and make the person feel nausea and vomiting. Sympto m number 2: changes in urine. Is your urine very foamy? Watch out! This could be a sign of kidney

failure! Sometimes the excess foam can be an excess of protein in the urine. Another very common symptom is that in the early stages of kidney failure, the person starts to urinate in greater quantities, in an attempt to eliminate more waste. In the more terminal phase, the tendency is to reduce the amount of urine and the patient is even anuric, that is, he does not produce mo re urine! So pay attention! If your urine is foaming in excess or if you are urinating a lot, or if you are urinating

too little, go see a doctor right away! Symptom number 3: the cramps. Who doesn't get cramp from time to time? I feel myself. For example, when I go to train jiu-jitsu, I often feel a cramp or something that bothers me! And what about you? Do you feel cramp too? I want to know! Leave it here in the comments if you have a cramp or not! Did you know that a cramp could be a sign of weak kidneys? Most of the time it's no big deal! Cramps usually occur from lack of stretching, when you are slightly

dehydrated. Anyway, in general it's nothing more serious! But if you start to get frequent cramps it's best to investigate your kidneys! Cramps occur precisely because of this imbalance, this hydro-electrolytic imbalance; mainly in the potassium and calcium of those with weak kidneys. But come on, symptom number four: sweeling. Imagine that your kidneys are no longer able to maintain your body's fluid balance, what will happen? You will start to get swollen. This swelling usually starts in the

legs, but in more severe cases it moves up to the abdomen and eventually even the face is swollen! Not rarely, we see people with kidney failure and their faces all swollen, So if your leg swells, be sure to ruling out kidney trouble! And finally, the fifth symptom: high blood pressure which can't be controlled. The kidneys are responsible fo r the good control of our blood pressure, so it's a fact that when the kidneys don't work, your blood pressure will go out of control! And most of the time

it will get high! Chronic kidney patients are more difficult to get pressure control! In addition to the higher blood pressure, there are classes of medications that we cannot use when the patient's kidney is not good; this ends up limiting our therapeutic arsenal a little in relation to blood pressure medications. So high blood p ressure that's difficult to control or high blood pressure in young people, the first thing your doctor will look into is definitely your kidneys! Anyway, what are you

going to do then to protect your kidneys? There's no secret, folks! It is necessary to avoid all the diseases I told you about in the video! Control your blood pressure well, don't have diabetes and if you have diabetes, you should control it very well! Eat properly, with natural foods, avoiding processed foods; get re gular exercise to maintain good shape and proper weight. It's the same thing you should do to protect your heart! So, you do it, protect your kidneys and already protect your

heart! How wonderful! And don't forget to always keep your Cardiology monitoring. The Cardiologist will be able to know early on if you have any chance of one day having weak kidneys and will already take all appropriate measures! You know, but it doesn't hurt to point out that the Yano clinic, Dr. Patricia Yano, who is a Gynecologist, and me, we're providing telemedicine care throughout Brazil! It's online service! For those interested I'll leave the link here in the description. OK,

guys? Today's message is this! A hug and see you next time! Inglês

5 sintomas de rins fracos.

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