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Exercise For PKD Patients to Control High Blood Pressure

Exercise For PKD Patients to Control High Blood PressureHigh blood pressure is usually the first sign of Polycystic Kidney Disease. Exercise is viewed as a drug-free approach to control hypertension. However, not all exercise is good for PKD patients, so patients should choose correct exercise to make a difference.

How does exercise help lower high blood pressure?

It is proven that regular physical activity makes patients heart stronger, and a stronger heart can pump more blood and work less that can decline the force on the arteries. Finally, high blood pressure drops naturally.

Here, we should emphasize that PKD patients should adhere to doing exercise. Otherwise, these patients won’t get any difference. Most often, it usually needs one to three months for regular exercise to put an impact on blood pressure.

What exercise is good for PKD patients?

We all know Polycystic Kidney Disease causes numerous fluid-filled cysts to develop in kidneys, while kidneys are located at the lower back. To prevent the rupture of kidney cysts, patients should avoid bending and stretching exercise. According to this requirement, we give out several exercise that can help manage high blood pressure for PKD patients.

- Walking

- Jogging

- Swimming

- Tai Chi

- Climbing stairs

Regular physical activity requires patients to do at least 30 to 60 minutes of exercise like walking in the most days of the week. Finally, they can find a great difference about their blood pressure and overall health condition.

In addition to exercise, some other methods can also help control high blood pressure

For example, lose extra pounds, follow a healthy diet plan, reduce the sodium intake in diet, quit alcohol, avoid tobacco, cut back on caffeine, and so on. All of these are helpful to control PKD patients’ high blood pressure. If you want to know how to follow these advices easily, you can email your questions to or

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