How Can Diabetic Nephropathy Patients Avoid Dialysis and Surgery2017-06-20 15:23
It is not a good choice for the diabetic nephropathy patients to take dialysis or surgery as they are easy to get infection and hard to recover the wound. Thus, how can diabetic nephropathy patients avoid dialysis and surgery?
1. Manage the blood sugar level under the normal range.
For diabetic nephropathy, the long standing high blood sugar will injure the blood vessels all the time. So that, the patients should control the blood sugar in order to restrain the damage of the kidney.
2. Take healthy living habits.
For examples, keep a good state of mind, have a regular work and rest, do proper exercise, refuse smoking and drinking, prevent the infection or cold, etc.
3. Have a well-planned diet.
The patients can not take the food which can add the burden of the kidney, injury the renal function, induce other symptoms, increase the blood sugar level or others. Also, the patients are supposed to maintain the balanced nutrition.
4. Accept an effective treatment.
Toxin-Removing Therapy, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Hot Compress Therapy, Full Bath Therapy, Cycle Therapy, Moxibustion Therapy, Immunotherapy and other Chinese medicines can help the diabetic nephropathy patients eliminate the poisons and renovate the renal function effectively and safely. In Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, which treatments will be used to the patients depends on the patients’ correct illness conditions.
When the kidney is stopped from injuring and gets well, the diabetic nephropathy patients can have a better life and the dialysis or surgery is not in need.
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