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For most patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD), the ability to travel is an important part of maintaining independence and a normal rhythm of life. Vacation and the energy it brings to your daily life are enough incentive to plan and coordinate your trip to the nearest dialysis center to the place you are going to stay. As long as your health allows it, you have the freedom to choose from hundreds of destinations that will meet your criteria.

Dialysis Center NephroLife offers reliable and high-quality dialysis treatment focused on care and improving the quality of life of patients in the Burgas region. Apart of all that, the center offers holiday dialysis to all patients from the interior of the country and abroad who have decided to visit our Black Sea coast.

The financing in the clinic is done through the National Health Insurance Fund, with which we have a contract. For this reason, no additional payment is required from patients for their treatment or for any of the accompanying comfort or medical services.

Our specialized team of doctors and nurses with more than 30 years of experience in dialysis treatment are working together to deliver the best patient care according to all international standards of medical practice.
For each and every one of our patients we use brand new and high quality medical equipment and consumables for dialysis treatment from FRESENIUS Germany 4008 S and 5008 S. Only that way we can establish the best quality HD treatment with proven reliability and operational efficiency.

In addition to the pleasant and cozy environment, here you can enjoy a snack and refreshing drinks, professional and competent medical care, a cup of hot coffee or tea, and in the meantime enjoy your favorite shows on personal TV. To make it even more convenient, the center offers headphones that you can use during your stay, aiming your best comfort and those of other patients.

You can consult a doctor or nurse on duty at any time about anything that censers you.

Whan coordinating your vacation do not hesitate to contact us.



In his daily life, the average person is exposed to more than 700,000 toxic chemicals a day. From perfumes to cleaning products, from cosmetics to plastic water bottles. Much of our daily lifestyle involves exposure to chemicals that are not good for our health.

Although we could limit our reach to toxins, it is impossible to eliminate our exposure completely. That is why it is important to periodically undergo detoxification programs to ensure the balanced functioning of our body.

First, let’s note that toxins are all around us – even in the food we eat. With each bite we take harmful toxins from preservatives, artificial colors and additives. Although in small quantities they go unnoticed, when the body reaches a turning point, we face unpleasant side effects.

Some signs that your body is accumulating toxins include:

  • Hair loss
  • Fatigue
  • Brittle nails
  • Bad breath
  • Nausea
  • Weight gain

While these are usually short-term effects of toxin accumulation, long-term effects can lead to harmful, even life-threatening, consequences.

Detoxification is the physiological or medical removal of toxic substances from the human body, which is performed mainly by the liver.

What is the fastest way to cleanse the body of toxins?

Drinking water is one of the best and fastest ways to get rid of toxins from your system. Water transports toxins through our system through the bloodstream. The best option for cleansing the body is by drinking water or herbal tea.

Can patients with kidney disease go for a detox program?

People should consult a doctor before starting a cleansing or detoxification regimen, especially if there are kidney stones or kidney disease.

In general, a detox diet is not recommended for dialysis patients due to their specific nutritional needs. To enter such a regime, you need to consult a nutritionist to discuss the current diet, calorie needs and ideal weight.



Vitamins and minerals are substances that the body needs to help perform important vital functions. Through them the body receives energy and regulates and balances all the processes taking place in it. Therefore, they are essential for your body.

Almost all vitamins and minerals are obtained from the food we eat. People with normal kidney function, who eat a variety of foods from all food groups (meat, cereals, fruits, vegetables and dairy products), manage to get the necessary number of vitamins and minerals in this way.

What vitamins can a dialysis patient take?

The vitamins that are usually prescribed to patients with kidney disease are water-soluble and are: B1, B2, B6, B12, folic acid, niacin, pantothenic acid and biotin, as well as a certain amount of vitamin C.

B complex:

B-complex vitamins are grouped together, but each has a different function.

One of the important functions of vitamin B6, B12 and folic acid is to prevent anemia, which is characterized by a reduced amount of red blood cells. Red blood cells carry oxygen from the lungs to all parts of the body. In cases of such deficiency, additional B supplements called thiamine, riboflavin, pantothenic acid and niacin are recommended. These vitamins help convert the foods you eat into energy that your body can use.

Why do dialysis patients need vitamin B?

Dialysis patients usually have poor nutrition, which predisposes them to B12 deficiency.

Vitamin B12

  • supports the formation of new cells;
  • supports nerve cells;
  • binds to folic acid to form red blood cells;
  • its deficiency can cause permanent nerve damage.

Vitamin B6 is another important cofactor for the trans sulfurization of homocysteine ​​to cystathionine.

Studies are being conducted on therapies with increased vitamin B intake and its effects on the kidneys. It has been observed that the combination of folic acid, vitamin B6 and vitamin B12 may lower the level of homocysteine, the high values ​​of which are associated with the risk of nephropathy.