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For patients who have high blood pressure for years, may suffer from frequent urination. Frequent urination is usually related to the damages on renal tubules which is the characteristic of hypertensive kidney disease.
Hypertensive Kidney Disease
Hypertensive Kidney Disease refers to the medical condition in which high blood pressure causes kidney damage. High blood pressure makes the heart work harder and, over time, can damage blood vessels throughout the body. Once the renal blood vessels are damaged, kidney function will decline. This is how hypertensive kidney disease occurs.
Frequent Urination and Hypertensive Kidney Disease
Frequent urination, where you feel an urge to pass urine more often than usual, is not just a a nuisance and a cause of poor sleep, it can be a symptom of an underlying kidney damage.
Usually hypertensive kidney disease shows the damages on kidney tubules. Kidney tubules have many functions in filtering blood throughout the body. One of the function is to regulate the urine output, which can help concentrate or dilute the original urine. This is why people usually urinate less in night than in daytime.
When hypertension hurts the renal tubules, its function of concentrating will be affected and patients will feel an urge to pass urine especially at night.
How to Deal with the Frequent Urination Associated with Hypertensive Kidney Disease?
To control the frequent urination, we need to deal with the root cause--damages on renal tubules. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is suggested here. It is a new developed natural therapy which is designed for kidney disease in specific.
It can dilute blood vessels and repair the damaged kidney tissues, which shows the effects of anti-inflammation, anticoagulation and degradation. This therapy not only helps improve the kidney function to control the frequent urination, but also lowers the blood pressure naturally. If you have interest in the herbs list of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, you can email to firstname.lastname@example.org for a free reply.