Dr jocelyn pantaleon

Hypertension and Kidney Disease

 Hypertension and Kidney Disease Hypertension and Kidney Disease go hand in hand. High blood pressure can gradually and quietly damage your body parts for years before symptoms may start bothering you. Without proper control, it can leave you with a disability and poor quality of health. Fortunately, it’s easy to control – that is, if it is not associated with other health diseases, including kidney problems. Listed below are the top three things your doctor may not be telling you about hypertension and its possible association with ki ...
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Fast Food and Signs of Kidney Problems

Fast Food and Signs of Kidney Problems   Fast Food and Signs of Kidney Problems is becoming a problem for many people. Eating fast food is not a good idea, especially if you have kidney problems. However, there are some instances when you could hardly keep yourself from eating those too-tempting-innocent-looking-yet-truly-harmful foods. So, what’s a kidney patient to do?  Do you really need to stop eating fast food in order to avoid complications? Can fast food really harm your already-diseased kidneys? Year 2011: Fast food chai ...
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Common Causes of Kidney Disease

Common Causes of Kidney Disease   Common Causes of Kidney Disease. We all do it: we take over-the-counter medications to treat common health problems without thinking about the possible side effects they can give. Oftentimes, we use drugs we know to manage certain ailments without consulting a qualified health care provider.  Drugs are one of the most common causes of kidney disease and end-stage renal failure. With the US adult population getting older by the minute, it is not hard to figure out why more and more people expose thems ...
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Diet Tips For Healthy Kidneys

Diet Tips For Healthy Kidneys   Diet Tips For Healthy Kidneys. Your kidneys are important to keep your overall health. This pair of kidney-shaped organs filters product wastes from your blood and throws them all out through your urine. Aside from producing urine, your kidneys also help in regulating your blood pressure, keeping your bones stay strong and making healthy red blood cells. Drink lots of water to stay hydrated Keeping yourself well-hydrated helps keep your kidneys functioning well. Your urine should look straw-colored or ...
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Symptoms of Kidney Infection

Symptoms of Kidney Infection The Symptoms of Kidney Infection are subtle because the primary function of the kidneys is to remove waste matter and toxins from the body. The blood circulates through the kidney and it is through the filtering action of the kidneys that the blood is cleansed of waste products and toxins. The kidneys can, however, become infected and this can compromise kidney function. We are all at risk of developing a kidney infection from time to time. There are however some groups of persons who are at higher risk including ...
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Healthy Living with End Stage Renal Failure

Healthy Living With End Stage Renal Failure End Stage Renal Failure is a growing problem in the USA. The kidneys represent the filter which removes waste matter from the body. A build-up of waste matter in the body, and ultimately the blood, results in the body becoming toxic. A very high level of toxicity is not compatible with life. Other functions of the kidneys include: •    Red cell production •    Regulating blood pressure •    Electrolyte balance Renal Failure and End Stage Renal Failure Renal/kidney failure occurs ...