Diabetic Nephropathy with Swelling, What is the Natural Treatment2017-05-09 10:43
“Good morning, Sir. I am an Indian diabetic nephropathy patient. And I have swelling in both the two legs, so that, I can not remove any more. I do not want to start dialysis. Is there any natural treatment to help me?” this message is from the web.
Generally speaking, many diabetic nephropathy are afraid of dialysis or struggling in the side effects of dialysis. Therefore, more and more diabetic nephropathy patients are searching for the natural treatment which can help them alleviate sufferings.
Why diabetic nephropathy patients have swelling?
Swelling is a common symptoms of diabetic nephropathy. When the redundant water which should be eliminated from body by the kidney as urine are gathered in the intercellular space, the patients will have swelling.
How to treat diabetic nephropathy with swelling?
It can help the patients eliminate the toxins by sweating, skin, urine and other ways. And thus, it will create a healthy situation in which the kidney will be stopped from injuring and begin to recover. Also, it has a great effects on reducing swelling on the basis of the clinical studies.
It will make use of the herbs which can directly take functions in the kidney to accelerate the micro-circulation of the kidney, enhance the kidney self-healing ability and repair the damaged renal cells. It is a safe and effective treatment to help the patients dispel the swelling by improving the renal function.
When the kidney is restored, the swelling will disappear, and the patient will have a high quality life.
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