How to Reduce Creatinine 2.9 in Kidney Disease2016-12-26 15:21
Creatinine 2.9 is higher than the normal level, it means the kidney disease patients have less than 50% kidney function, and the kidneys have been damaged moderately. In order to reduce the high creatinine level 2.9, we should have both dietary therapy and medical therapy.
How to reduce creatinine 2.9 in kidney disease?
1. Dietary therapy
Creatinine is often the metabolites of muscle activity and the meat we eat, so patients should limit the daily meat intake and reduce strenuous exercises, which will help cut off the source of creatinine.
Besides, patients should keep a kidney-friendly diet, as the well-planed diet will help reduce the kidney burden and prevent the further kidney damage. The common dietary principles contain low-protein, low-salt, low- fluid, low-potassium and low phosphorus. The diet should be planed depending on patients’ illness condition.
2. Medical therapy
Generally, in western countries, doctors usually recommend kidney patients to have some western medicines to control their symptoms. When the creatinine level is upper to 5 mg/dl, the kidney disease patients often suggest dialysis to the patient. But the western medicines have some side-effects on patients, and once the patient stop using these medicines, the creatinine level will back to highlevel again.
In China, we usually use some Chinese therapies to reduce the high creatinine level, the common therapies include Micro-Chinese Medicine, Chinese herbs, Medicated bath and foot bath which can help repair the damaged kidney tissues and improve the kidney function. Once the kidney function is improved, the high creatinine level will be reduced gradually.
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