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Bad Blood Circulation for Renal Failure Patients

Kidneys play an important role in the body. Though small in size, the two kidneys receive one-fifth of the blood pumped from the heart. Bad blood circulation and Renal Failure influence each other.

Kidney Failure can be caused by many factors, the most common are Diabetes and high blood pressure. Both of them can result in the bad blood circulation. For diabetics, if the sugar is left in the bloodstream, it can be lethal, usually resulting in Diabetic Nephropathy. High blood pressure erodes small blood vessels responsible for filtering waste in the kidney. Once the kidneys become hypoxic-ischemic, the kidney fibrosis and kidney damage occur.

Kidneys can help our body remove the waste products and excessive fluid from the blood. If the kidney function declines, the kidneys failed to work normally, then the waste products and toxic substances accumulate in the blood, which can cause the bad blood circulation.

The bad blood circulation can influence not only kidneys also other organs in the body, such as brain, heart and so on. Then how can we improve the blood circulation? We must clean the blood through eliminating the toxic substances in the body.

Blood purification techniques don’t only include dialysis, there are many other types, such as hemofiltration, plasma exchange, immune adsorption, blood perfusion and so on. For Renal Failure patients, they need to do a comprehensive test to detect the types of toxic substances in the blood, then we will choose the corresponding blood circulation technique to eliminate them. We still need to eliminate the immune complexes depositing in the kidneys, while these blood purification techniques can not eliminate them. At this time, we choose Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy which is based on Chinese herbal medicine. It is used externally on the acupoint of kidneys. The active materials of Chinese herbal medicine can eliminate these immune complexes through promoting blood circulation, removing blood stasis and degradation.

Renal Failure patients can find more information about Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherpy on our Kidney-Support. If you still have any other questions, leave us a message, we will contact you ASAP.

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