Basking actually is very comfortable and beneficial to human body, and even it can improve the survival rate for some patients with cancer. Well then, could patients with polycystic kidney disease ( hereinafter called PKD) bask themselves? Before expounding this question, we need to know some common knowledge about cyst. There is some liquid in cyst, and cyst is a progressive disease so it has different sizes. The tiny could be invisible by naked eyes and the big one can reach several centimeters. Usually, PKD patients have symptoms of excessive enuresis nocturne, lumbago and elevated blood pressure etc. And regular tests often present Hematuria and few Proteinuria. If cysts cannot be curbed properly, it can rigger Chronic Renal Failure and even Uremia at last.
The main harm of sunlight is ultraviolet rays which is regarded as the prime
culprit of skin cancer. Many people think basking frequently can incur skin
cancer. However, the recent findings published by American scientists evinced
adequate basking can protect our body and improve the survival rate of some
According to the latest 'New Scientists', researchers find patients who lack
vitamin D can increase their survival rate dramatically by basking themselves
properly. And this is particularly conspicuous for people who live in cold
countries in circumpolar latitude.
Researchers discovered that people in different sunshine contains different
Vitamin D in their body. Let’s say, people in Australia have 3.4 times of
Vitamin D than people in Norway or other Nordic countries. A striking phenomenon
is people who has colon cancer, lung cancer, breast cancer or prostate cancer
have a higher survival rate in Australia than in Norway, and the difference is
up to 20% to 50%.
Basking can promote body’s immunity and rev up synthesis of some materials
essential to human body. Besides, sunshine can bring us a cheerful and good
mental status which is very important to relieve cysts. So we think PKD patients
can take some proper basking. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for
additional instruction of kidney.