In the treatment of Diabetic Nephropathy, controlling blood sugar accounts for a large proportion. Especially for patients with early diabetic nephropathy, strict control of blood sugar can often significantly reduce or even disappear the urinary albumin that has already appeared.
However, once in the late stages of renal insufficiency, the blood sugar level should be moderate. On the one hand, because insulin is originally excreted in the kidney metabolism, the metabolism of insulin is incomplete when the renal function damage is obvious, the insulin remaining in the body can play a further role, blood sugar is relatively easy to control. On the other hand, due to the accumulation of toxins in the body during renal insufficiency, the normal physiological function is disturbed. The mechanism of regulating blood sugar under normal conditions can not fully play a role, so the control of blood sugar in patients with renal insufficiency can not be too strict. The blood sugar level should be moderate.
So how much should blood sugar be controlled?
Specifically, the fasting blood glucose of patients with early and intermediate diabetic nephropathy should be controlled below 7 mmol/L, the postprandial blood glucose should not exceed 10 mmol/L, and the glycosylated hemoglobin should be less than 7%. For patients with advanced diabetic nephropathy, urea nitrogen and serum creatinine, the conditions can be relaxed appropriately, and the fasting blood glucose can be controlled at 7-9 mmol/L. Postprandial blood sugar was 9-11 mmol/L and HbA1c was less than 9%.
How to control high blood sugar in diabetic nephropathy naturally?
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an external application with various of chinese herbal medicines. It has good effects on reducing high blood sugar and treating kidney disease. So it can help diabetic nephropathy slow the process to uremia.
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