A Synopsis On Chronic Kidney Disease & Ayurvedic Treatment The kidneys are so essential for us because they perform such necessary roles that keep us alive. If our body shows symptoms indicating kidney dysfunction, then we should never ignore them as this negligence can get deadly. Our kidneys have to face many diseases, and the most common of them is Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). This disease is never recognizable at the initial stages as it never shows its symptoms in the beginning.  Being so rigid, this disease is deadly, too, as it never gets the right treatment in time. This disease shows its indication when it gets on later and bigger stages. Suffering from this disease, the kidneys are unable to cleanse the body effectively by eliminating the wastes and toxins. It leads to the accumulation of wastes and toxins that harms other parts of the body. Kidney disease is classified into five stages Stage 1 refers to a stage where your GFR rate is above 90ml/min, and stage 2 shows GFR between 60-89ml/min. These stages usually do not lead to any symptoms. You may not feel any changes in your routine or health. Stage 3, the moderate stage, performs 30-59ml/min. Patients who came to know about their kidney disease often get tensed and too stressed, but you should not panic if your condition lies between these stages. Stage 4 is a severe stage where the GFR rate is below 30ml/min. At this stage, you have to undergo dialysis. Stage 5 is the end-stage chronic kidney disease, where the GFR rate falls below 30ml/min. As per experts and specialists, kidney diseases are more likely to attack people in an age group of 25 to 50 years. These people are the ones who should not miss any information about kidney diseases. Mostly, chronicle kidney disease patients die because of heart ailments or multiple organ failure. High blood pressure, anemia, weak bones, nerve damage, are complications you may face as a kidney patient. Read below: The causes, diagnosis and about Chronic kidney disease treatment in Ayurveda There can be various reasons that can lead to chronic kidney disease, but diabetes and high blood pressure patients are most likely to get kidney disorders. 70% of chronic kidney disease patients are diabetic or high blood pressure patients. Just like increased blood sugar can damage many organs in our body, mainly kidneys & heart, high blood pressure or hypertension pressurizes your blood vessels, which can be a leading cause of kidney failure or heart failure. Furthermore, there can be other reasons as well which can cause you kidney-related ailments like an inheritance from family members, excess of cholesterol and fat, excess of phosphorus or potassium in your diet, high protein diet, dehydration, etc. There is another common reason for chronic renal damage is Glomerulonephritis, which is a group of diseases that cause inflammation and attacks on the kidney tissues damaging nephrons. Nephrons are ‘the filtering units of our kidneys.’ Their damage results in the dysfunction of kidneys. The best test to detect kidney related disorders is Glomerular filtration rate. This test calculates the functioning of your kidneys and helps you to detect the stage of your kidney disease. KFT, i.e., a kidney function test, is the most commonly practiced test to evaluate renal function and to screen risk-factors in our kidneys. You should also perform Ultrasound or CT-Scan to know the size of your kidneys and see the external damage to your kidneys. These things help your doctor to plan your best possible treatment. These tests are elementary and do not consume much of your time and effort. A kidney biopsy is another test, but it is performed in rare cases only to detect a particular disorder in the kidney where a small tissue is taken to test kidneys. If you or anyone around you is diagnosed with a kidney-related disorder, you should immediately consult your doctor. Chronic kidney disease gets worse with time. It not only increases the possibility of acute kidney failure but also increases the risk of your life. Dialysis and kidney transplantation are only two treatments. Allopathic doctors could suggest to you. An ideal chronic kidney disease treatment Allopathy does not have any other treatment for kidney problems. Doctors suggest ‘dialysis’ or kidney transplantation for such patients. Both are hugely expensive and painful procedures. Allopathy does not guarantee you 100% success in treating your kidneys. Nowadays, people are fond of artificial treatment. They choose artificial medicines for every disease, be it, cold, cough, kidney disease, or even cancer. They need to understand that allopathic medicines or artificial treatments never cure the problem. This treatment only suppresses the symptoms of the disease. On the other hand, Chronic kidney disease treatment in Ayurveda removes the disease from the roots. It is the only treatment that promises long-lasting solutions. Karma Ayurveda is an Ayurvedic kidney care institution that provides only Ayurvedic medicines for kidney disease. Since 1937, the institution has cured more than 35000 kidney patients with its chronic kidney disease treatment that is completely natural and herbal. Apart from medication, the institution also guides with the right lifestyle changes and a mandatory eating regimen. Dr. Puneet Dhawan, the pillar of Karma Ayurveda, is curing kidney patients with correct chronic kidney disease treatment in Ayurveda. He has a belief that Ayurveda can cure kidney diseases without kidney dialysis or a kidney transplant. He has proved the same thousands of times by leading the kidney patients to a healthy and risk-free life based on only chronic kidney disease treatment in Ayurveda.

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