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Beware of the acute nephritis caused by overwork

  Beware of the acute nephritis caused by overwork

  Excessive fatigue can easily lower one’s resistance and make people infect the bacteria and virus, which will trigger acute glomerulonephritis. Experts suggest that people who have too much work and easy to be fatigue should pay attention to reconcile work with rest. When there is a fever or any other symptoms, one should treat it in time.

  This is because people who are in the state of fatigue, coupled with the intense work and mental stress, are easy to infect the bacteria and virus because of the decreased resistance, causing acute glomerulonephritis.

  The symptoms of acute glomerulonephritis include dizziness, edema of eyelids or both lower extremities, soreness of waist, urine foam increased and etc. Unfortunately, these symptoms are often ignored by people.

  Many people think that these symptoms are caused by the fatigue recently and they will be alleviated as long as the appropriate rest. These people will go to a doctor until there are severe swelling, hematuria, high blood pressure and other symptoms.

  More to notice is that acute nephritis will onset mostly within one to two weeks after the cough, sore throat or infection of upper respiratory tract. Different patients have different initial symptoms, which are easily overlooked. In addition, the onset of nephritis is occult and there is not particularly typical symptoms in the early time. The symptoms for most people are only physical fatigue, which are often mistaken for overwork then they ignore the physical examination. When there are more distinct symptoms, that will be too late.

  one must take a rest and get treatment in time if there is a cold or other illnesses. What’s more, one should also keep a good living habits to build up resistance, including enhanced nutrition, take proper exercise and then take the regular physical examination.

  The following symptoms may indicate abnormal renal function: soreness of waist, urinary foam increased and not easy to fade, blood in urine, nocturia increased, hypourocrinia, urinary albumin excretion increased

  edema of eyelid or lower extremity, dizziness, etc. It is necessary to take measures promptly and go to regular hospital avoiding delay treatment if one has these symptoms.