Thursday, September 21, 2023
Mitochondrial Health

Can You Use The Sauna If You Have Kidney Disease?

Does the sauna cause kidney problems? Can you use it if you have kidney disease?

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Sean Hashmi, MD, MS, FASN

Michele Crosmer, RD CSR

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6 thoughts on “Can You Use The Sauna If You Have Kidney Disease?
  1. Thank you. Very informative. For those who want to know more about heat shock proteins, the Wikipedia entry on that subject is a good read.

  2. Thanks for going over this very important topic! Sauna it’s an awesome aid in addition to exercise, helps me sleep and relax, also aids my recovery time.
    I wonder though if a cold plunge in between sauna sessions is okay?
    Thank you you both for this awesome video. 🙏🏼

  3. Can the sauna sweating excrete some chemistry that an impared kidney are inefficient at removing? Ex-Peripheral Aβ clearance contributes substantially to reducing Aβ accumulation in the brain. Impaired plasma clearance of Aβ42 and Aβ40 by the liver and kidneys may be an early promoter of AD. Peritoneal dialysis can significantly lower the plasma Aβ levels in patients and mice models. It reduced plasma and brain Aβ levels and attenuated AD pathologies and cognitive deficits in APP/PS1 mice, attenuated AD pathology, and rescued cognitive impairment. Radiolabeled Aβ does get concentrated in the skin. Therefore its possible clearance by sweating might be useful. Thanks.

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