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  • Answer: Diuretics (For e.g. Thiazide) causes Hypokalemia. It will cause the potassium to be secreted in urine. Due to hypokalemia, there will be less insulin release (as both depend on each other). The less amount of insulin release cause the glucose level to rise in plasma, causing Hyperglycemia. As the glucose level rises, there will be more Triglycerides form, it will lead to LDL(low density lipoproteins) and Very Low Density Liporoteins- These are bad cholestrol-Causing Hyperlipidemia.
    Hope it helps.

  • Answer: It reduces the blood volume through greater excretion of water by the kidneys.
  • Answer: the number 1 diuretics.
  • Answer: Foods that contain natural diuretics are cranberries and cranberry juice, coffee and other beverages that contain caffeine, and apple cider vinegar. Apple cider vinegar also contains potassium, so it may help avoid potassium deficiency. Still, it should be used sparingly. Adding fruits and vegetables such as cucumbers, watermelon and others that contain a lot of water will also help increase urination.
  • Answer: Yes, both on the parent compound and too the diuresis.
  • Answer: very affective you can get it if you have expiriensed smoking or high b.p.
  • Answer: They are not inherently either. They can be good if they are used properly. For example, because diuretics increase urine output and decrease blood volume, if someone with high blood pressure takes some prescribed diuretics they can decrease their blood volume and thus their blood pressure. This can be very beneficial.

    However, if someone already has a blood pressure that is too low, possibly after they have been bleeding out, then taking diuretics would further decrease their BP and this could result in insufficient blood flow to the brain resulting in syncope, brain damage, or death
  • Answer: If you urinate too much, you can become dehydrated. Dehydration causes electrolyte imbalance , which in turn causes dizziness.
  • Answer: No, a diuretic is something that cause your body to lose fluid. that means that the uric acid that exists in your blood reaches a higher concentration. this in turn leads to the situation where a saturation point is reached and the acid has to start crystallising, which leads to gout. there fore any thing that removes water from the system will increase the possibility of having gout. not drinking water will have the same effect.
  • Answer: No.
  • Answer: Some diuretics make the skin more sensitive to sunlight.
  • Answer: grape fruit!
  • Answer: most diuretics are potassium depleters therefore most people need potassium ... most likely if you are getting put on a diuretic then your doctor will do a baseline lab to check potassium level and then after a week or more of diuretic therapy they will check your potassium level again to decide if you need potassium and they should monitor your potassium periodically also kidney function because some diuretics are hard on the kidneys hope this helps
  • Answer: Typically Diuretics are prescribed to lower blood volume to reduce edema(swelling) or blood pressure.

What are diuretics also called?

  • Water pills

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