High Creatinine Level may be a sign of decreased kidney function, which needs to take immediate and effective treatment to lower it. Usually, elevated creatinine level means that around 50% of kidney function has been damaged. In the condition, how to reduce high creatinine level?
Creatinine is produced from creatine during muscle metabolism, and approximately 2% of the body's creatinine is converted to creatinine one daily. Because the muscle metabolism is relatively stable from day to day, healthy kidneys can maintain the serum creatinine level in a normal range. What’s more, it can be taken as indicator to reflect how well your kidneys are working. The healthy kidneys are responsible for filtering extra creatinine from the blood and keeping its level within the normal range (0.6 to 1.2 mg/dl in males and 0.5 to 1.1 mg/dl in females. Well then, when kidneys are damaged to some extent, they fails to filter extra wastes, causing many symptoms. And one of symptoms may be high creatinine level, especially when one person's blood creatinine keeps in a high level permanently, it is more likely to indicate the decline of kidney function.
Through the above analysis, we can see that the root treatment of high creatinine level is to repair kidney damage. Then, how to do?
In our Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Treatment Center, we do use Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotheraoy come from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). It is honored as fundamental kidney disease treatment. That’s because it is proven to be natural and effective on reversing kidney damage and purifying patients’ blood. As long as kidney function is increased, more and more creatinine and other wastes as well as toxins can be removed from the body effectively.
Aside from the medical treatment, Diet Therapy plays a significant role in managing illness condition of kidney disease. However, the diet plan for patients should be different form person to person. Only the personalized diet management can take great effects. Therefore, if you wanna more helpful tips, please contact us by mailing to firstname.lastname@example.org
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