How to Help Diabetic Nephropathy Patients Avoid Dialysis2017-03-05 10:44
“ I have diabetic nephropathy for three years. I started dialysis a year ago. Would I avoid dialysis?” a patient asked me. Now, I will explain the problem to all diabetic nephropathy patients who care about the therapy instead of dialysis.
Diabetic nephropathy refers to a medicine condition in which the renal function has been damaged by the long-standing high blood sugar bit by bit for many years. Patients with low kidney function is able to eliminate the excess things, toxins and wastes from body as urine. So that, the undesired things will be gathered in the body. Many discomforts like weakness, hypertension, poor appetite and so on will appear in the environment. Therefore, patients are imminently need to adopt an effective treatment.
Why patients want an alternative treatment to dialysis?
Dialysis alleviates the symptoms and prolongs the patient’s life. But it can not treat patients from the root while leading to heart diseases, vomiting, itching skin, etc. It requires the patients to be on dialysis periodically. As a result, patient hope to stay alive without dialysis.
Hot Pressure Therapy can replace dialysis to treat patients. It makes use of Chinese medicines to hot pressure skin of the patients’ Shenshu area. Then the active material of the Chinese medicines will enter the body to carry out the harmful matters in the body by promoting the blood circulation and expending the blood vessel. When there are no noxious factors in the body, the kidney will begin to recover. Patients will have a better life with the repaired kidney.
How can I take the treatment? Can I accept the therapy in my country? How can I go to your hospital? What is the therapy cost? How long should I be treated with?
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