Having some wine with meals seems to be the standard for many people to have dinner.
Many people’s understanding of drinking is as common as a cup of yogurt after a meal.
Knowing the dangers of drinking, but still have a fluke mentality, thinking that drinking a little wine will make you happy, but a big drink will hurt you.
What are the harms of drinking alcohol?
Causes kidney damage
In many people’s perception, drinking alcohol damages the liver, but in fact drinking It can also cause damage to the kidneys.
The liver and kidneys don’t seem to be connected, but when one is damaged, the other is also implicated.
Kidney plays a detoxification role in the human body, and the liver plays a role in detoxification in the human body. If you drink a lot of alcohol for a long time, the activity of the liver will be weakened, leading to alcoholic liver, and alcoholic liver will be severe. Liver cirrhosis causes liver function to decline, and the detoxification ability of the liver will decrease when the liver function declines, so the kidneys that detoxify will also be affected, resulting in renal function damage.
Causes obesity and increases kidney burden
Alcohol itself not only contains a lot of oligosaccharides and calories, It also hinders fat burning, and drinking alcohol can increase appetite. These factors will cause the body to gain weight.
Obesity can cause instability in blood pressure and blood lipids, and affect kidney function. The side dishes when drinking alcohol are often high-fat and high-protein foods. Regular consumption of these meals can cause or aggravate symptoms such as proteinuria and high blood pressure.
Increase renal blood flow pressure
According to relevant statistics, people who drink alcohol frequently are more likely to cause blood pressure to rise and suffer from hypertension.
Drinking alcohol will increase the content of catechols in the body’s plasma and urine, and catecholamines are the culprits that increase blood pressure. If the human body has long-term hypertension symptoms, it will lead to water in the body Sodium imbalance will increase the metabolic burden of the kidneys, and will also cause blood flow to slow down, resulting in renal hypoxia and ischemia, and aggravate renal fibrosis. If you are a hypertensive patient, long-term drinking will make the condition more serious.
Conflict with drugs
Many patients with kidney disease need long-term medication in order to stabilize their condition, and many of them The medicinal properties of the drug conflict with alcohol.
Some drugs and alcohol need to be metabolized by metabolic enzymes after entering the body. If they are taken at the same time, the two will compete for metabolic enzymes. Some drugs can’t compete with alcohol, and problems will arise.
The wine that people “love and hate” can be drunk by patients with kidney disease Is it?
It is not recommended to drink!
If your indicators are stable It is also possible to drink a little once in a while, but the amount must be controlled.
Based on the amount of alcohol, the average adult should not exceed 25g a day.
Beer <700ml, wine <200ml, liquor <65ml. Avoid drinking high alcohol.
But kidney friends with unstable conditions must not drink!
Which kidney friends can’t drink alcohol?
Which kidney friends can’t drink?
1. Liver problems
Alcohol is mainly metabolized by the liver, and those with liver problems Friends, don’t drink any more to increase the burden on your liver.
2. Allergic to alcohol
Some people will blush and develop rashes after drinking alcohol. There will be obvious dizziness, cold sweat and other symptoms at a little bit. Anyone who has these discomforts after drinking alcohol means that he is not suitable for drinking!
3. If you have digestive system diseases
If you have gastric ulcer, cholecystitis and other digestive system diseases, you should not drink alcohol.
4. High uric acid and gout
High uric acid and gout are best not to drink alcohol, especially beer, rice wine, and strong alcohol
5. During the use of antibiotics
It is very dangerous to drink alcohol while taking antibiotics.
When faced with the temptation of alcohol, kidney disease patients must learn to refuse, Learn to be self-disciplined, and don’t make excuses for drinking. No matter what kind of alcohol, it is best not to drink it, and don’t drink alcohol to hurt the “kidney”.