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Shortness of breath is one of common complications in kidney failure. Many doctors and patients have no idea how to deal with this problem from the root. Nowadays, with the development of medical technology, Blood Pollution Therapy is created by our experts and widely used in our hospital to manage kidney disease.
Before introducing this therapy, I’d like to share some info about how does shortness of breath occur in kidney failure.
1. Severe fluid retention
Normally, our kidneys is in charge in regulating fluid in our body. When you are diagnosed with kidney failure, it shows that there is more or less drop on your renal function. With gradual decline of kidney function, kidney will lose its ability. As a result, excess fluid will accumulate in the body which can cause pulmonary edema or hydrothorax which will make kidney failure patients feel difficult in breathing.
2. Metabolic Acidosis
For kidney failure patients, their damaged kidney fails to keep the acid-base balance. And when a large amount of acidic substances will pile up in blood, leading to metabolic acidosis. In such a condition, it is easier to cause shortness of breath.
How does Blood Pollution Therapy work?
It is the latest therapy for kidney disease. And it devotes itself to deal with the polluted blood with the help of TCM (traditional Chinese medicine), which plays a part in blood purification, elements supplementation and function regeneration, therefore protecting and regenerating the structures and intrinsic renal cells function as much as possible. In additional, the active ingredients of Chinese medical herbs have various functions of expanding blood vessels, promoting blood circulation and repairing kidney damage. Once kidney function comes back to normal, kidney will work well. If you are interested in this therapy, please tell us by emailing us to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will give you more details.
I sincerely hope you can get a lot of benefits from this passage. Best wishes to you.
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