How to Treat High Blood Pressure in Chronic Kidney Disease(CKD)

Chronic Kidney Disease refers to a progressive damage to kidneys. With the progressive loss of renal function, it will develop into renal failure eventually. As a common symptom of CKD, more than 80% patients will are troubled by high blood pressure, and how to treat it has become their major concern.

Keeping blood pressure at a normal range is of great importance in delaying the progression of CKD. And the followings are suggested ways:


If you are experiencing high blood pressure, your doctors may prescribe you some anti-hypertensive drugs, such as ACEI and ARBs. Study have shown that these two drugs can protect kidneys and delay the progression of CKD.

Healthy lifestyle

In daily life, patients are suggested to pay attention to the following things:

Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains and obey a low-fat, low-salt diet. For more detailed information on diet, you are welcomed to consult with our online doctor.

Take proper exercises. Such as, jogging, walking and so on. And in general, the time should no more than 30 minutes.

Try to avoid drinking and smoking as much as possible.

Medicated Bath

Medicated Bath is a characteristic treatment which is applied externally. Under the guidance of traditional Chinese medicine, the proper herbal medicines will be chosen and made into the Medicated Bath liquid.

On the one hand, the active substances of this treatment can promote blood circulation and increase blood supply to kidneys. On the other hand, it can help excrete metabolic products and toxins out of the body. In this way, symptoms like high blood pressure can be remitted to a large extent and patients can feel much better than before.

If you happen to be a person with Chronic Kidney Disease and troubled by high blood pressure, we are always here to help. Anything unclear about the above methods, you are welcomed to email Best wishes!

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