How to Treat High Creatinine Level in CKD
High creatinine level is a common symptom of CKD. In this text, we will analyze the cause and find some effective treatments.
Creatinine is a product of muscle activity. Usually, it can be discharged out of the body via urine. However, in CKD, due to the decline of renal function, the glomerular can not filtrate creatinine as normal. So, massive creatinine will deposit in kidneys, eventually, high creatinine level occurs. Then, how to treat it effectively?
Improve renal function
Hot Compress Therapy is the most effective method to enhance renal function. During the treatment, patients can lie on the bed, and two bags filled with effective constituents of medicines are put under the back of patients.
Then, with the help of osmosis device, the medicines can be permeated into kidney lesions adequately. Most importantly, by dilating the blood vessels, anti-flammation, anti-coagulation, improving the blood circulation, the renal function can be improved in root. Once kidney function is enhanced, creatinine level may be decreased.
Besides, the method is safe, painless and no side effects. And the cost is reasonable, most patients can accept. If you want to learn more details about the method, sending to email@example.com.
Avoid strenuous activities
Because creatinine is the product of muscle metabolism, so, avoiding strenuous exercises can help to reduce high creatinine level. Patients can take some physical exercises, such as, yoga, Tai Chi, walking, jogging, etc.
A scientific diet is also significant to control creatinine level. Patients should avoid spicy, cold foods in order to decrease the stimulation to kidneys. They should also keep a diet of low-fat, low-protein, low-salt. In this way, it is helpful to decrease the burden of damaged kidneys and reduce high creatinine level.
After the above analysis, we believe you have learned a lot. Anything unclear about how to treat high creatinine level in CKD? Leave a message below. Best wishes!
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