How to Naturally Control High BUN for Diabetic Nephropathy
Creatinine, BUN, and urea nitrogen level increase is because the patients’ kidney functions of detoxification decline, so that lots of toxins accumulated in the body. As for diabetic nephropathy patients, elevated BUN has something to do with years of uncontrolled diabetes. Therefore, patients must control blood sugar and take timely treatment.
How to naturally control high BUN for diabetic nephropathy?
Generally speaking, the normal range of BUN is 9 to 20 mg/dl. It usually does not above the upper level until the kidney functions loss of 50%. Moreover, dehydration, diabetes acidosis, and serious infection will also cause BUN increase. So, once BUN increases, you should have a further diagnosis and treatment timely.
BUN has close relation with kidneys and protein metabolism which treatment should focus on them. That is to say, control protein intake and protect kidneys from further damage.
You should intake right amount of protein. If kidneys can not work normally, the excess protein will increase the burden of your kidneys. Instead, lack of protein also is not good for us, which will cause malnutrition. The proper amount of protein should control in 0.6 to 0.8 g/kg per day. High quality protein is more helpful to reduce high BUN level.
Supplement enough calories, which can reduce the protein consumption in the body. You can take foods under the guidance of doctor.
Increase GFR: as for different patients, the treatments also should be different according to their conditions. In Peking Tung Shin Tang Chinese Medical Hospital, there are lots of natural treatments for kidney diseases, such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy Hot Compress, immunotherapy, stem cell therapy, etc.
All of the treatments are aiming to repair damaged kidney tissues and cells, restore renal functions and protect residual functions from damage fundamentally.
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