Can I Have a Healthy Life with Itchy Skin in Renal Failure
You can have a healthy life with itchy skin in kidney failure as long as you receive correct treatment and have a reasonable diet plan. So, how can i have a healthy life?
A correct treatment
In Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital, our treatment characteristic is Chinese medicine treatment, and our Chinese medicine treatment is unique. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an characterized therapy that applies traditional Chinese medicine and modern technology and equipment. In this treatment, patients should lie in the bed, and two bags contained shattered medicine are placed on patients’ back. Then, with the help of osmosis device, the effective constituents can be penetrated into kidney lesions externally.
In addition, by blocking the progression of renal fibrosis, repairing injured kidney tissues and cells, rebuilding inherent kidney structure, kidneys will carry out function as normal. As long as kidney function is enhanced, itchy skin can be alleviated, since the underlying cause of itchy skin is the decline of renal function.
Besides, the method is easy to operate and cause no side effects. Due to the obvious treatment effects, by now, more and more foreign patients are coming to China for the effective way. Further more, the cost is reasonable, most patients can afford. For more details of the therapy, you can email to email@example.com.
A reasonable diet management
Owing to the root cause of itchy skin in renal failure is massive phosphorus element stimulating in kidneys. So, renal failure patients should pay attention to the foods that are rich in the element. Common foods include: seafood, tea, egg yolk, animal inner organs, laminaria japonica, soy foods and so on, patients should limit the intake of the above foods so as to relive itchy skin.
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