Spread the Wellness

Event Date: 14th July 2024

Timings: 07:00 PM TO 8:30 PM (Indian Standard Time)

Registration Fees: 499/-

Zoom Link Will be Shared by email


Host for the Webinar:

Dr. Sandeep Huilgol (MBBS, DNB(Int. Med), MMed(Nephro), MNAMS, DrNB(Nephro), MRCP, FASN)

Roshan Kumar Singh (Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and Functional Medicine Practitioner

Highlights of the Webinar

  • Overview of Kidney Diseases: Understanding different kidney diseases, including Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).
  • Common Kidney Conditions and Symptoms: Breaking down the most frequently occurring kidney conditions and their symptoms.
  • Self-Check and Laboratory Markers for Kidney Health: Guidelines for self-assessment and identifying optimal lab markers for kidney issues.
  • Kidney Health and Its Links: Exploring the connections between kidney health and diabetes, hypertension, gastrointestinal issues, oral health, heavy metals, and autoimmune diseases.
  • Integrative Nutrition and Lifestyle Support: Engaging in evidence-based integrative nutrition and lifestyle strategies to support kidney health.
  • Probiotics, Prebiotics, and Amino Acids: Using probiotics, prebiotics, and amino acids to help restore kidney health.
  • Supplements and Herbal Support: Key supplements and herbal remedies for maintaining kidney and overall health.
  • Managing Kidney Health Effectively: Avoiding common pitfalls in managing kidney health.

Optimal Kidney Health and Its Importance

  • Waste Removal: The kidneys filter waste products and toxins from the blood, expelling them through urine.
  • Fluid Balance: They regulate the body’s fluid levels, ensuring proper blood volume and blood pressure.
  • Electrolyte Balance: The kidneys help maintain the balance of essential electrolytes necessary for nerve and muscle function.
  • Acid-Base Balance: They regulate acid and base levels in the blood to keep pH levels stable.
  • Blood Pressure Regulation: The kidneys influence blood pressure through the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system.
  • Red Blood Cell Production: They produce erythropoietin, which stimulates the bone marrow to produce red blood cells.
  • Vitamin D Activation: The kidneys play a role in activating vitamin D, essential for calcium absorption and bone health.
  • Detoxification: They assist in filtering and excreting substances such as drugs and toxins from the body

Kidney failure develops gradually, often taking a long time to reach its advanced stages. Common symptoms include:

  • Edema: Swelling in various parts of the body.
  • Uncontrolled Blood Sugar and Blood Pressure: Difficulty in regulating blood sugar levels and blood pressure.
  • Skin Issues: Itchy, bruised, and dry skin.
  • Abdominal Issues: Discomfort, pain, and constipation in the abdomen.
  • Urinary Changes: Altered urine color and increased frequency of urination.
  • Muscle Problems: Muscle twitches and cramps.
  • General Malaise: Nausea and fatigue.
  • Appetite and Weight Changes: Loss of appetite and unusual weight gain or loss.
  • Sleep and Mental Health Issues: Sleep disorders, stress, and anxiety.

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Comments (2)

  1. Arundhati Banerji

    Quite informative

    • Wellness By Rosh

      Thank you for your feedback.

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