Simple renal cyst is a common disease in clinic. In this article, we will talk about that in Kidney Disease Hospital: how to live healthy with the disease?
What is simple renal cyst?
As its name replies, simple renal cyst refers to renal cyst in kidneys. In most cases, there is no obvious symptoms in the early stage. Almost 1/3 of the people aged 70 have at least one simple renal cyst.
In general, most patients don’t know they have simple renal cyst until die. However, once the enlarged cysts oppress the surrounding tissues and cells, renal function will decline, and a set of complications will occur.
So, how to live healthy with simple renal cyst?
In Kidney Disease Hospital, there is an innovative method called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. First, the medicine will be micronized so that the active ingredients can be absorbed fully by kidney lesions. Then, patients need to lie on the bed, two bags filled with shattered medicine are placed on patients’ back. Then, with the help of osmosis device, the effective constituents of the medicine will be permeated into kidney lesions directly.
What’s more, by restraining the proliferation of lining cells, reducing the secretion of cystic fluid, the size of cysts can be controlled. In addition, by dilating blood vessels, improving blood circulation, providing abundant essential substances for rebuilding a normal kidney structure, renal function can be enhanced from the root. Once kidney function is improved, patients can live healthy.
A proper diet management
Patients with simple renal cyst should avoid spicy, cold foods as as to reduce the stimulation to kidneys. Besides, they should also keep a diet of low-fat, low-protein, and low-salt. Some high-quality protein is strongly recommended, such as, milk, lean meat, fish, egg white and so on.
By now, our experts in Kidney Disease Hospital have made a personalized diet list according to the illness condition. Do you want to get such a list to live healthy with simple renal cyst, send your test report to email@example.com. Good luck!tag:
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