Chronic Nephritis and Hypertension, What Should We Do2017-06-18 14:20
Hello, doctor. I have been diagnosed with chronic nephritis. And I am suffering from hypertension. What should we do?
Generally speaking, hypertension is a common clinical manifestation of chronic nephritis in which the renal function has the different degrees of injury. That is to say, the kidney of a chronic nephritis patient can not maintain its function to produce urine, filter the blood, keep the balance of electrolyte, etc. And then, the patients will be ill with high blood pressure, blood in urine, protein in urine and so on as more and more unwanted things which should be eliminated from body by the kidney are retained in the body. Therefore, we can help the chronic nephritis patients repair the damaged renal function so as to reduce the high blood pressure.
What treatment can help the Chronic nephritis patients with hypertension?
It can help the patients to remove all the toxins from body. And thus, a healthy and cleaned internal environment will come out, which is beneficial for the kidney to regain.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.
During the treatment, the special herbs which are picked up based on the patients’ physical cases will be used to help the patients extend the blood vessels, dissolve the blood stasis and promote the blood circulation. So that, the blood stress will be reduced and the kidney self-recovery ability will be enhanced.
When the kidney is rebuilt, the harmful things will be ejected, the blood stress will drop down to the normal level, and the chronic nephritis patient can live a normal life.
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