PKD: How to Lower Creatinine 3.1
When creatinine level increases to 3.1, it indicate moderate decline in GFR. Well, how to lower creatinine 3.1 in Polycystic Kidney Disease(PKD)?
As an inherited disorder, PKD is generally characterized by various sizes of fluid-filled cysts in the kidneys. With time, the cysts will enlarge constantly. As a result, the nearby kidney tissues and structures will be oppressed. Finally, kidney function declines, and that’s how creatinine 3.1 occur.
Hot Compress Therapy
To lower creatinine 3.1 radically, the core of treatment should focus on shrinking the enlarged cysts and improving kidney function. And that’s why hot compress therapy is strongly recommended.
By increasing the permeability of cystic walls, dilating blood vessels, anti-inflammatory reaction and providing nutrients for the injured kidneys, a series of short-term effects will be achieved. By doing this, renal function will be enhanced. Once kidney function is improved, waste products including creatinine will be excreted out of the blood gradually.
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Follow a scientific diet
To control creatinine 3.1 effectively, a scientific diet is also important. Such as, moderate intake of high-quality protein foods, low-salt diet, low-fat diet, some fresh fruits and vegetables, etc. Luckily, experts here have concluded such a food list. Any interests? Please email us firstname.lastname@example.org to get instant help.
In addition, taking some moderate exercises regularly are also necessary. For instance, Tai Chi, walking, yoga and so on.
If you happen to be a person with PKD and creatinine 3.1, we believe the above-mentioned tips can be beneficial. Anything unclear, you are always welcomed to leave us a message below.
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