Is It Possible to Reverse Stage 4 Kidney Failure2016-09-30 14:13
Without good controlling, stage 4 kidney failure may progressed into stage 5 rapidly, then the patient’s life will in great risk. But if the patient can take the proper measures timely, they may get a chance to reverse their disease.
How to reverse stage 4 kidney failure?
The following methods indeed can help reverse stage 4 kidney failure:
1. Keep your kidney disease from getting worse
High blood pressure, diabetes, proteinuria, anemia, etc, all are the common complications of kidney disease. If uncontrolled, they will accelerate the progression of patients’ condition. If you are experiencing some of these healthy problems already, make sure you have taken relevant methods to control them.
2. Develop a healthy diet
Now matter how our medical condition is, healthy diet is always our eternal topic. For people with stage 4 kidney disease, a low-salt, low-protein and high-vitamin diet is recommended. The diet will change along with patients’ specific condition, because low phosphorus and low potassium should also be added if their relevant blood tests are higher than the normal.
3. Improve kidney function
In recent years, some great breakthroughs for kidney disease have been made. One of these breakthroughs is to improve kidney function. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy as one of the innovation of traditional Chinese Medicine, it is helpful for improving the patients’ self-curative ability and enhanceing the immunity. With enough nutrition, part of damaged kidney cells will recover gradually, and the kidney function will be improved greatly, thus the patient can reverse their disease to some degrees.
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