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Kidney disease is really not a joke because patients will suffer from more and more related symptoms and complications due to poor renal function. Well then, is there any ways can increase renal function naturally?
Actually, different stages will have different managements and treatments. Some patients do not suffer from symptoms in the early stage, some patients begin to suffer from obvious symptoms in the moderate stage and some patients may experience more symptom and complication in the advanced stage. Additionally, to improve renal function effectively, it is important to find out the underlying cause. Here, we will share some information and sincerely hope you can get benefits. Any questions, you can email to email@example.com or leave a message below directly. And we will do our best to help you.
1. Balanced diet plan
Diet therapy is one of important parts for preventing kidney from the damage no matter which stage you are in. Generally speaking, a low-protein and low-salt diet are also necessary to reduce kidneys’ burden. Other requirements like low-potassium, low-phosphorus and high-vitamin intake also necessary. However, along with advanced stage, it is important to have high-quality protein diet.
Qigong is the practice of aligning the breath, body and mind as one. The practice of Qigong is at least two thousand years old, and it has roots in Traditional Chinese Medicine, martial arts. Do qigong regularly will help you strengthen immune system and regulate the internal environment of the body. Other exercises like yoga, Tai Chi, swimming, jogging, walking and so on can be helpful improving renal function.
3. Characterized Chinese Treatments
In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, we do use the innovated treatments from Traditional Chinese Medicine, like Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath, Immunotherapy, Maikang Mixture and so on. All of them can help repair kidney damage and improve renal function. Any questions, please do feel free to contact us!
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