Compared to the treatment of dialysis, patients prefer looking for natural remedies to lower high creatinine level. Actually, different treatment can cause different therapeutic effects. Therefore, a correct treatment is very important. Well then, how to lower elevated creatinine level in terms of lifestyles and diet?
To know the correct lifestyle and diet management, we should know the possible causes of high creatinine level. It can be generally caused by the following conditions:
1. Severe kidney damage and decreased GFR.
3. Too much meat intake
4. Do strenuous exercises frequently
Lower high creatinine level in terms of lifestyles
A healthy lifestyles play a important role in lowering elevated creatinine level. You can do the following things:
1. Avoid strenuous exercises
Creatinine is the main metabolic product when our do muscle activities, which should be filtered out of the body by the healthy kidneys. When we do strenuous exercises frequently, you may find that your creatinine level is more easy to to increased.
2. Quit smoking and drinking
Long-term smoking and drinking will affect the whole body health which also can damage our kidneys. Once kidney damage is formed, high creatinine level will occur. If the kidney damage has exited, both smoking and drinking will cause secondary damage on the kidney.
Lower high creatinine level by the daily diet.
1. Low-protein food
High intake of protein will increase the huge burden on the damaged kidneys because these protein will produce more wastes like urea, will damage kidney again. But protein is main nutrient in our body, therefore, high-quality protein should be recommended to high creatinine level patients.
2. Drink a right amount of water
Water is the best cleaner of our body. Drinking more water can help patients discharge extra wastes by increasing urine output, thus lowering creatinine level.
The mentioned above are just the adjuvant treatment for reducing creatinien level. If you still suffer the condition after these methods, you should seek medical treatment as soon as possible. Any follow-up questions, please mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below.
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