High creatinine level is common sign of hypertensive nephropathy, when the condition get worse, dialysis may be recommended by their doctors. Well, can this alternative therapy treat this sign?
Creatinine refers to the metabolic product of our muscular activity, which can be kept at a constant level by healthy kidneys. However, in hypertensive nephropathy, the diseased kidneys fail to work adequately, as a consequence, extra wastes and toxins will build up in the body, resulting in High Creatinine Level. If poorly controlled, a number of symptoms like nausea, vomiting, etc will come into being.
Frankly speaking, dialysis indeed can help filter small molecular substances like creatinine, BUN, uric acid, etc out of the body. However, it can do nothing to improve kidney function from the root cause. And the creatinine level will increase again after dialysis. What’s more, the middle-sized toxins and macromolecule toxins still exist in the human body.
Are there any other effective treatments?
To decrease high creatinine level, the most important step is to restore the injured renal cells and promote kidney function. Fortunately, a natural therapy named Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can ba such a good choice.
By dilating blood vessels, anti-inflammation, blocking coagulation, improving the self-cure ability of renal cells and providing nutrients for the damaged kidneys, renal function can be improved gradually, and high creatinine level can be lowered correspondingly. What’s more, patient do not need to worry about the adverse effects, as the herbs are all carefully selected from nature.
As for other types of toxins, we suggest hypertensive nephropathy patients with blood-purification technique. Such as, hemoperfusion, hemofiltration, CRRT and so on.
In addition, to obtain better therapeutic effects, measures should be taken to bring high blood pressure under control, for instance, regular moderate exercises, healthy diet, usage of ant-hypertensive drugs, etc. Any follow-up questions about this topic, you are always welcomed to leave us message to firstname.lastname@example.org immediately.
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