How to Reduce High Creatinine Level in Nephrotic Syndrome
Accompanied with loss of kidney function, creatinine level can increase easily, and people with nephrotic syndrome are no exception. Then, how to reduce high creatinine level naturally and effectively?
Creatinine is the breakdown product of muscle movement and the meats we eat. In right condition, it can be kept at a constant level by kidneys.
In nephrotic syndrome, due to the inflammatory reaction, the damaged kidneys will fail to preserve useful substances and excrete metabolic products out of the blood. As a consequence, increased creatinine level is more likely to appear. And the onset of high creatinine level usually indicate more than 50% kidney function are damaged.
How to reduce high creatinine level in nephrotic syndrome?
Nephrologists at our Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital recommend people with the following two ways:
A healthy diet
In daily life, patients should eat less red meats to decrease the production of creatinine. Such as, beef, mutton, etc. In addition, a low-protein diet is also necessary. As too much intake of protein will increase the burden of kidneys. However, to meet the needs of the body, they can take some high-quality protein foods. For example, lean meat, fish, egg white, milk and so on. For individualized advice, our free Live Contact will always be here for you.
Promote kidney function
To lower high creatinine radically, effective treatment should be aimed at repairing the injured kidney structures and promoting renal function. And hot compress therapy is just such a treatment. Once kidney function is enhanced, increased creatinine will return back to normal. What’s more, the relapse rate is extremely low.
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High creatinine level in nephrotic syndrome should be reduced early, if not, there will be severe kidney impairment. Anything unclear, leave us a message below. Best regards!
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