How to Treat Renal Failure without Dialysis
Renal failure refers to a serious medical condition in which kidneys fail to filter metabolic products and toxins out of the body. In this case, patients are usually suggested to undergo dialysis. Well then, is dialysis the only option? Let us have a look at the following contents.
Before introducing the alternative treatments, it is necessary for us to have a basic understanding about dialysis. It refers to a treatment, in which extra waste products and toxins can be discharged out of the body. However, it can not repair the damaged kidneys and the cost are usually expensive. What’s more, it can cause some adverse effects, such as, headache, low blood pressure, infection, sleeping problems, muscle cramp, and so on. Thereby, we provide patients with the following natural therapy.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy
It clinical, this therapy has drawn an increasing attention in restoring kidney function and avoiding dialysis. It is a new form of traditional Chinese medicine(TCM), but used externally. During the treatment, two bags filled with herbs can be placed at the patients’ lower back. Then, with the help of osmosis device, active substances can effect on the kidney lesion directly.
By extending blood vessels, anti-inflammation, degradation and providing nutrient substances for the damaged kidneys. It can not only alleviate the symptoms but also restore kidney function. More importantly, the herbs are all come from nature, so patients do not need to worry about its side effects. If you are interested in this, please send us your test report:email@example.com. After careful study, we will provide you a satisfied answer as soon as possible.
Except for this natural therapy, healthy diet is also significant. However, as the illness condition varies, the specific diet plan should be different. For personalized advices, you can turn to our online doctors for help.
If you happen to be a person with renal failure and want to avoid dialysis, remember that we are always here to help. For more questions, you can leave us a message below.
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