How to Treat Chronic Nephritis Effectively
Chronic Nephritis refers to inflammations that occurs in the kidneys. If left untreated, it may progress into chronic kidney failure eventually. Then, how to treat it effectively?
As this disorder progresses, some symptoms begin to appear. And patients may experience some of the following symptoms, such as: high blood pressure, swelling, itchy skin, nausea, vomiting, shortness of breath, back pain, blood in urine, protein in urine, etc.
At our Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital, experts mainly recommend patients with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy for chronic nephritis. It aims at anti-inflammation, dilating blood vessels, relieving symptoms, providing nutrient substances and repairing the impaired kidneys.
It is based on traditional Chinese medicine(TCM). With the help of osmosis device, the shattered medicines will be penetrated into kidney lesion directly. What’s more, it is convenient and comfortable.
As for the herbs, they are all come from nature. So there is no need to worry about its side effects. If you are interested in it, please send us your diagnostic report:firstname.lastname@example.org and our experts will reply you as soon as possible.
Effective control of symptoms As mentioned above, patients may experience some symptoms. If you have high blood pressure, medications like ACEI or ARBs can help control this symptom effectively.
Dietary management Patients with this disease should not ignore the importance of healthy diet. Generally, they are suggested to take a low-salt, low-protein diet. However, they can ingest some high quality protein foods to meet the need of their body. For more information about the diet plan, please turn to our professional doctors for help directly.
If you have been diagnosed with chronic nephritis, we are always here to help. Any questions about this article, you are welcomed to leave us message below. Good luck!
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