How To Prevent Diabetic Nephropathy
It is the most concerned question that how to prevent Diabetic Nephropathy. The following are some suggestions that are given by our experts. We hope it can do some help to you.
1. Control blood sugar
As for Diabetic Nephropathy patients, if blood sugar level can be maintained in normal range, patients can live a normal life. Controlling blood sugar level properly can reduce the risk of Diabetic Nephropathy from type I Diabetes and reduce the risk of Diabetic Nephropathy in patients with type 2 Diabetes by 1/3.
2. Prevent urinary tract infection
After treatment of Diabetic Nephropathy, patients at home must prevent urinary tract infection to avoid frequent relapse.
3. Fight against high blood pressure
High blood pressure is one of the causes of Diabetic Nephropathy. Thus, Diabetic Nephropathy patients should keep a normal diet and keep blood pressure stable.
4. Control protein
Diabetic Nephropathy patients should control the intake of protein especially for supplementing high quality protein. But in late stage of diabetic kidney disease, patients should control the intake of protein. Because if too much protein is consumed, it will produce more metabolites in blood, which can cause great harm to patients.
You should treat your condition in early stage. Besides, except for controlling symptoms, the radical treatment is to repair kidney damage and improve renal function. Chinese Medicine Treatments will be your good option. They first cleanse your blood to give you a clean blood environment and then Chinese Medicines can arrive at kidney lesion directly to provide nutrients, improve blood circulation, prevent inflammation and coagulation, degrade extracellular matrix and removing immune complexes. In this way, injured kidney cells can be restored and then kidney function can be improved. About more information, you can leave a message below or consult our online doctor directly.
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