Hyderabad City doctors report a research in the number of IT professionals being diagnosed with renal diseases, which frequently set in as one gets grown-up and eventually elder.
Suddenly life style fixed with unhealthy eating habits and elevated work place stress levels leads to the onset of kidney ailments and chronic kidney diseases among those in the IT hub, said physicians and renal specialists.
Hyper tension, in particular, identified as the main reason for kidney elements among the working class.
“Different types of kidney related elements are being detected among the young working people in the IT hub, with the most general being uric acid kidney stones. Work place anxiety is a growing source of kidney damage as the kidney is put under extra burden depending on the blood pressure level and blood circulation in one’s body. A general lack of a workout and exercise or an inactive life style also puts a lot of damage to the kidneys and also to others risk issues such as high BP and obesity: both of which are related to kidney disorder” said by doctor Rahul Agarwal, senior consultant physician at Maxqure Hospital in Madhapur.
Also to blame are the unhealthy eating habits of working professional to not get a balanced diet, said the doctor Shiva Raju, Senior consultant physician KIMS Hospitals.
We are observing a growing number of natives being diagnosed the kidney related disease with extremely young age. One foremost origin is hyper tension which has been count one of the most common health conditions detected among young working professional in the city.
“Risk factors of hyper tension consist of stress and a desk-bound life style which in turn leads to kidney damage. A well-balanced diet is really important to ward off renal diseases. Elevated sodium level in one’s body also makes the kidney weak. So, people must be cautious about their salt intakes. Another major aspect is smoking, which cuts off the blood supply to vital and critical organs including kidney”
Prevention of renal disease
- Control salt intake
- Watch stress level
- Quit smoking
- Exercise regular