Because of gravity, swelling is often more apparent in the lower area of the body. Feet, leg and ankle swelling, also known as peripheral edema, refers to an accumulation of fluid in these parts of the body. Also, it is a typical symptom for people with kidney disease. Well then, how can I reduce swelling and pain in my legs and feet with kidney damage?
To know the treatment for relieving swelling and pain in legs and feet, you should know its causes.
There are many potential causes of feet, leg, and ankle swelling. Kidney damage can be the main cause of edema. Swelling is a condition which is mainly caused by water retention. Our kidneys are responsible for regulating and keeping water balance. For damaged kidneys, they cannot fail to do the job, resulting in swelling. In addition, other causes also can lead to the symptoms, such as being overweight, standing for prolonged periods of time, taking steroids and so on.
Then, how to deal with the condition?
for Kidney Disease patients who suffer from the edema, we do recommend Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapt to you. It is an combination of Chinese herbal medicines and advanced equipment technology. In the process, the active ingredients can permeate into kidney lesions and these substance will play their roles such as anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, promoting blood circulation and so on. Then symptoms can be relieved from the root and kidney damage also can be repaired well. To know more details, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below directly.
You also can treat foot, leg swelling and pain at home. There are several homes remedies for your reference.
1. Try to elevate your legs whenever you are lying down, to a position above your heart. You may want to place a pillow under your legs to make it more comfortable.
2. Try to do a massage.
3. Try to reduce your salt intake so as to relieve water-sodium retention.
4. Maintain a healthy body weight .
5. Avoid the use if garters.
6. Choose clothing that fits loosely around your thigh area.
7. Swimming or even floating in water can help with swollen feet and ankles.
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