Ayurvedic treatment for Ayurvedic Treatment for Anemia in kidney disease

Ayurvedic Treatment for Anemia in kidney disease

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Ayurvedic Treatment for Anemia in kidney disease


Your doctor may initially perform a physical examination or suggest a simple blood test to check for your hemoglobin and RBC levels. In order to establish the cause behind your anemia, your doctor may recommend some additional blood tests. These include:1,2

  • Complete blood count (CBC) – to find to number, size and count of RBCs and the hemoglobin content in the RBCs
  • Blood iron and serum ferritin level – to find the iron content in your body
  • Vitamin B12 and Folate level – as these are important for RBC production
  • Special blood tests – to find out rare causes of anemia, including an immune attack on your RBCs, blood clotting defects, defects in enzymes, etc
  • Tests to check how quickly your RBCs are made or what their average life span is

Diet Recommendations (Aahar)

  • Consume old rice, Wheat, Moong dal etc
  • Consume foods that are light (laghu) and easily digestible
  • Make it a habit to cook food in iron pots and pans
  • Include healthy foods in your everyday diet. These include chana dal (gram), green leafy vegetables, beet roots and carrots
  • Increase intake of meat and eggs
  • Avoid consuming foods that are conflicting or opposing in nature

Bad habits such as smoking, alcohol, opposing foods are to be avoided.

Lifestyle changes (Vihar)

  • Avoid excessive exercise as that may lead to physical and mental stress

Avoid lifestyle habits that harm your body, such as smoking and excessive alcohol consumption

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