How to Reduce Protein in Urine with Kidney Failure2017-02-25 09:31
For kidney failure patients, they usually have protein in urine, and this will effects their normal lives a lot. So, they wonder how to reduce protein in urine with kidney failure?
What is kidney failure?
Kidney failure is a disorder in which the kidney lost its function to filter the blood and eliminate the excess water, toxins and wastes from the body. Then, there are more and more undesired things assembled in the body. Patients will be ill with protein in urine, swelling, hypertension and other diseases.
Why does the protein appear in the kidney failure patients’ urine?
It is because that the renal function has been damaged badly. So that the kidney is unable to prevent the useful things from leaking and take the necessary things back. As a result, we will find the protein in the urine.
What treatment can reduce protein in urine with kidney failure?
In order to remit the protein in urine for kidney failure patients, we need to protect the kidney from damaging and thus recover the renal function.
Toxin-Removing Therapy is a type of Chinese medicine which can help the patient have a high quality life. The therapy applies the herbs which are selected up in term of the patients’ illness conditions to enlarge the blood vessels, dissolve the blood stasis and promote the blood circulation. Therefore, the harmful things will be carried out and the kidney self-cure ability will be enhanced in the new internal environment. When the kidney is restored, patients will get well and the protein in the urine will fade down.
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