How to Control Edema of Renal Failure

2017-05-10 18:17

How to Control Edema of Renal FailureIn Renal Failure, the kidney tissues are damaged that renal function declines gradually. In this way, the fluid can not be removed well through the urine. Edema may occur due to the accumulation of water in the body. How to effectively control Edema of kidney failure?

In fact, repairing kidney damage and recovering renal function can make renal failure patients very effective in treating edema.

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Chinese Medicine is a good choice for edema of renal failure compared with western medicines, which can restore renal function. In this case, the kidneys can remove a large amount of liquid from the body through the urine, which can be a good treatment of edema.

TCM treatments include Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath Therapy, Acupuncture Treatment, Medicine Bath, etc. They can prevent deterioration to ESRD and avoid Kidney Dialysis. Therefore, patients with renal failure can get longer and better life. Gradually, the kidneys functions are improved well and edema and other symptoms such as Proteinuria or fatigue can be resolved from the roots.

Besides, for patients with renal failure, need a good diet: low salt, low protein, low potassium, low phosphorus, and low fat and so on. Do some regular exercise in daily life is also very good for patients.

Chinese treatments have treated more than 148 countries in our hospital for many years. If you want to know more details about these natural remedies no dialysis, please leave a message below or email to kidney-healthy@hotmail.com. We will do utmost to help you.

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