How TCM Prevent the Relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome2018-01-23 16:32
Nephrotic syndrome is a common kind of kidney disease in clinic and it can be treated with steroids and reoccur easily. And well, how TCM prevent the relapse of nephrotic syndrome?
Have you ever heard about TCM?
TCM, or Traditional Chinese Medicine, has been developed and used to treat kidney problem fully for more than 30 years. Nowadays, multitudinous patients with kidney problem had returned to the normal life with the help of a set of innovative creations in light of Chinese medicine and advanced medical technology.
Would TCM completely cease the relapse of nephrotic syndrome?
Generally speaking, TCM can take the following aspects to treat nephrotic syndrome fundamentally.
1. Remove toxins inside and outside the cells. It is easy to cleanse the blood, but once the harmful things enter cells, we have no effective ways in many countries, this is also the reason why dialysis can not take out of undesired things thoroughly. TCM can make use of the herbs to open the detoxification channel of cells and thus the excess substance will get into the tissues fluid from cells, and carried away by blood.
2. Improve Qi and Blood Circulation. Some Chinese herbs can help dispel the stasis in the meridian and channel as well as dilate the blood vessels, can thus, more blood will flow through kidneys, it can not only cement kidneys through offering enough blood and oxygen but also promote the blood to be purified better.
3. Prevent the nephrotic syndrome and its symptoms appear in the future. As long as all the unwanted things are dispelled, the causes of nephrotic syndrome and its symptoms can be eliminated as well. Besides, with the elevation of detoxification ability, the patients can live a fairly normal life.
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