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Why Swelling Occurs in Patient with Chronic Kidney Disease

2014-09-03 03:42

Why Swelling Occurs in Patient with Chronic Kidney DiseaseSwelling is one common symptoms of Chronic Kidney Disease, usually it occurs in eyelid, face and foot. It is caused by inflammatory or extra fluid accumulate in the kidney. When there are swelling happens, that means your kidney has been damaged in some ways.

What should people do after edema occurred ?

First, you should control water and salt intake, both of them will make your edema worse. Then, you should avoid strenuous exercise or make yourself too tired, they are not helpful to lower the edema. The last thing but not the latest thing is to get proper treatment timely, that can help to solve this problems from the root. A good treatment can help to reduce the swelling and cure the disease at the same time.

Foot bath therapy is one of the unique therapies in curing Chronic Kidney Disease, it has remarkable effect in anti-swelling, what is more, it has no any side-effects and can lower the swelling naturally. Besides that, it can help to excrete the toxins inside the body out of it by skin. Combined with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and other unique cure methods, it can cure this disease or at least can help people live better and longer. For people who are in the early phase of this disease, with the help of those therapies, they have a chance to get recovery by improving their kidney function. For patients who are in the advanced stage of this disease, they still have a chance to suffer less pain. If you want to know more details about those therapies, you can chat with our online doctor or leave messages to us.

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