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Hyperlipidemia is one of symptoms for patients with Nephrotic Syndrome. How does it occur in this kind of kidney disease? Is there ant treatment to deal with this condition? If you or your loved happen to be a nephrotic syndrome patients, you’d better to keep reading.
How does Nephrotic Syndrome cause hyperlipidemia?
Normally, our kidney is one of important organs and it needs to do many work to guarantee the body health. One of its leading functions is keeping the liquid balance. However, once you are diagnosed with Nephrotic Syndrome, it means that there is something wrong with your kidney, namely kidney problems. A part of the kidney can’t do its job well that affects the lipometabolism, leading to dyslipidemia with high level of any or all lipids. Hyperlipidemia is a most common type of dyslipidemia. This is why so many people with Nephrotic Syndrome having hyperlipidemia. Actually, there is another factor about hyperlipidemia occurs in nephrotic syndrome. Hypoproteinemia stimulates protein synthesis in the liver, resulting in the overproduction of lipoproteins.
Well then, how to deal with hyperlipidemia for Nephrotic Syndrome Patients?
In order to solve the problem from the root, I’d like to recommend the newest therapy called Immunotherapy to you. It is divided into six steps, including immune diagnosis, immune clearance, immune blockage, immune tolerance, immune adjustment and immune protection. Each step have different therapeutic effects. And it makes full use of blood purify techniques to remove the wastes and toxins in blood. In addition, it is made use of Chinese herbal medicine to restore kidney damage and enhance renal function. More details, you can leave a message to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will provide more professional guidance to you.
Aside from mentioned above, you should also pay enough attention to daily diet to control the progression of illness condition. Avoid fatty foods and lower your overall daily calorie intake that are good for people with Nephrotic Syndrome.