Kidney Diet Tips: Water Softener Warning for Chronic Kidney Disease and High Blood Pressure Patients
Episode 23: Kidney Diet Tips: Water Softener Warning for Chronic Kidney Disease and High Blood Pressure Patients. Water softeners remove minerals that cause water to be hard. As a by-product, they add sodium to your water. While for most people this sodium is not much, it can be up to 1/3 of a chronic kidney disease patients daily sodium limit. Every 2 quarts of tap water could contain 160-240mg of sodium. Most Chronic Kidney Disease diets limit a person to 1500mg per day and require that you drink 3-4 quarts of water. This extra sodium cause swelling in chronic kidney disease patients, high blood pressure, reduced kidney function, and a lower GFR.
Dadvice TV breaks this all down and offers recommendations for kidney disease patients to help maintain their daily sodium limits. Managing High Blood Pressure is important for chronic kidney disease patients and part of controlling it is limiting sodium intake.
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IMPORTANT: I AM NOT A DOCTOR. Patients should always be under the care of a physician and defer to their physician for any and all treatment decisions. This video is not meant to replace a physician's advice, supervision, and counsel. No information in the video should be construed as medical advice. All medical decisions should be made by the patient and a qualified physician. This video is for informational purposes only and DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE PROVIDING OF MEDICAL ADVICE.
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