How to Live with Diabetic Nephropathy

How to Live with Diabetic NephropathyDiabetic Nephropathy is the serious chronic complications of Diabetes. For a long and healthy life, diabetic nephropathy patients should keep a scientific lifestyle. This article would have introduction about how to live with diabetic nephropathy, which would benefit you a lot.

First, the patients should have a clear knowledge about Diabetic Nephropathy, and have self-monitoring, including urine glucose , blood glucose, protein urine, blood urine, blood pressure and so on to cooperate with the doctor.

Second, the patients should take medicine at regular time and quantity. For diabetic nephropathy patients, the blood glucose level, blood pressure level and protein urine and so on all can influence the development of renal disease. so the medicine use is necessary to control these factors and protecting kidney function and decrease pains.

Third, a healthy diet is necessary and helpful for diabetic nephropathy patients. Because low-protein diet can reduce the glomerular filtration rate and urine protein excretion, so that the kidney function can be protected. In addition, low fat can delay the speed of kidney fibrosis. And low salt and low fluids intake can help remit edema and high blood pressure.

Fourth, patients should keep the positive attitude to fight with their disease, attending more sports and activities. Proper sports can benefit to boost the spirits and physical condition of patients.

All in all, a healthy life is very important for patients to have a long life expectancy and high quality life, and patients should make a life plan according to their specific physical condition. And now if you ask for more information about healthy life for diabetic nephropathy or treatment suggestions, you can contact our online doctors, leave us messages or send email to, we will reply you within 24 hours.


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