How to improve the renal function and Diabetic Nephropathy? Long time of uncontrolled high blood sugar will cause diabetic nephropathy. This kind of illness condition is the result of direct vascular abnormalities, accompany the diabetes. If with no right treatments, so patients will develop into End Stage Renal Disease in some years, if you are in diabetic nephropathy that you want to avoid uremia, please consult ONLINE DOCTOR to get the free guidance.
Stages of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)
In the second stage of the disease, kidney damage has progressed to a level that causes problems throughout the body. One of these problems is an increase in the amount of waste products in the Blood, such as urea, creatinine and phosphate. When The Body Works normally, the kidneys are capable of removing these Waste products. Other effects of chronic renal failure are anemia, Bone disease, acidosis and Salt and liquid. In most conditions, lots of chronic kidney disease patients develop into ESRD or uremia.
Why diabetes increases the risk of Kidney Disease?
High Blood Sugar can work in excess of the kidneys, which eventually damage kidneys. Uncontrolled high blood sugar in many years, patients begin to leak small amounts of protein (albumin) in the urine, which indicates that the kidneys are damaged. Not all people with Diabetes develops Kidney Disease.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy has good effects on treating diabetic nephropathy. Various of chinese herbal medicines used in the treatments can achieve to:
1. Anti inflammation, anti coagulation, degradation.
2. Expending blood vessels, improving blood circulation, promoting the metabolism.
3. Repairing diseased cells and tissues for improving kidney functions and rebuilding kidney structures.
4. Adjusting immune system, strength physical.
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