What Happens When Your Kidneys Begin To Fail
Kidneys can become damaged from a physical injury or a disease like diabetes, high blood pressure, or other disorders. What happens when your kidneys begin to fail?
As kidneys fail, the major biological systems of the body are affected. Complications of kidney disease include anemia, nerve damage in the arms and legs, fluid build-up around the lungs, congestive heart failure, coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, stroke, hyperparathyroidism, malnutrition, seizures, itchy skin, and weakened bones. Since kidneys do not get rid of minerals in the blood, patients need frequent lab work to determine how well dialysis is cleaning the blood.
Dialysis is an immediate way to cleanse wastes and toxins from the body. It can relieve your condition quickly. However, dialysis does not treat kidney disease. If you want to treat kidney disease, only dialysis is not enough. To treat kidney disease, we need to repair kidney damage and improve renal function. Here we recommend Chinese Medicine Treatment including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Moxibustion Therapy, Steaming Therapy, Enema Therapy and Acupuncture, etc. First, we need to test you. Based on your condition, our experts will make you a treatment plan. Chinese medicines first cleanse your blood through removing wastes and toxins from your blood and kidney cells. Then Chinese medicines can enter kidney lesion directly to repair kidney damage and improve renal function through dilating blood vessels, improving blood circulation, degrading extracellular matrix and providing nutrients. In this way, kidney disease can be managed well. You can live a healthy life.
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