Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR) is the volume of fluid filtered from the renal glomerular capillaries into the Bowman's capsule per unit time. Central to the physiologic maintenance of GFR is the differential basal tone of the afferent and efferent arterioles. Patients with kidney disease all know that it is very hard to increasing the GFR for the kidney function is irreversible once be damaged. Since it is so, how to increase GFR naturally?
There are some natural methods to improve GFR.
The diet of patients who want to improve GFR should low in potassium. High potassium foods can increase kidney burden for Kidneys are the main organs to filter potassium. Besides, they should limit the intake of sodium. What’s more, they should increase the iron intake and water intake.
2. Medicated Bath
In the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), medicated bath is one of the external treatments. It is taking a bath in the liquid or water contained liquid. TCM possesses a large number of prescriptions for medicated bath handed down from the ancient times. We have a professional team which is specialized in medicated bath for kidney management. If you want to know a personalized prescription which is suitable to you, you can consult the free online service.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a brand-new therapy based on traditional Chinese herbal medicine. It is an external application and is used for kidney disease in particular. Also, it takes effects to repair kidney damages and improve kidney function quickly, because the herbal ingredients can permeate into kidney tissues directly through skin, with the help of effective penetrant and osmosis devices. This therapy uses specific herbs which can improve the self-cure of damaged cells and improve the filtering ability of glomeruli. According to patient’s own condition, the TCM experts will find the right herbal formula of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. If you have interest in a personalized herbal formula, you are suggested to talk with our experts via email@example.com or you can leave a massage below.
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