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How to Control Urea and Creatinine Serum in Diabetic Nephropathy

2017-09-20 15:17

 normal rangeAs the creatinine level goes up to higher and higher, the diabetic nephropathy will experience a great deal of diseases, and also, the urea and other indexes will reach to high. Thereby, how to control urea and creatinine serum in diabetic nephropathy?

What is the relation among urea, creatinine and diabetic nephropathy?

Urea is the byproduct of protein consumption in our body. Creatinine is a outcome of muscle metabolism. Besides, both urea and creatinine will be mainly excreted from body by our kidneys. But only creatinine is hardly impacted by other factors. So that, it is considered as an indicator of kidney function.

Diabetic nephropathy refers to a medical situation in which the kidney is damaged increasingly by years of uncontrolled high blood sugar. Once the kidney are not operating well, creatinine and urea level will go beyond the normal range.

How to reduce the urea and creatinine level for diabetic nephropathy patients?

In clinic, the patients can adopt Toxin-Removing Therapy aiming at clearing away all unwanted things naturally. It has capacity to lessen urea and creatinine, prevent the kidney from injuring and offer a beneficial setting for the kidney to recover.

However, only by Toxin-Removing Therapy, the kidney can not be repaired well. Hence, if you want to improve the kidney function, you need to do Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Hot Compress Therapy, Cycle Therapy or Steaming Therapy. In addition, the patients also required to have healthy diets and living habits so as to promote the kidney to resume. What is more important is that the patients must make the blood sugar under the normal range, otherwise, the patients can not quit the kidney impairment.

When the kidney is restored, the creatinine level will be cut down, the urea level will turn to normal and the patients can live a steady live. Meanwhile, the patients do not need to undertake dialysis.

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