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Can You Regain Renal Function in CKD in High Blood Pressure

2014-01-30 16:54

High blood pressure is a significant cause of chronic kidney disease (CKD). If no treatment is applied to stop renal function decline, kidney failure will be the final result. Can you regain renal function in CKD in high blood pressure? Read on to get the answer.

CKD in high blood pressure

Kidneys are composed of a cluster of small blood vessels. These small blood vessels act as filters and can filter out waste products from blood normally. The useful substances can not squeeze through the hole on the blood vessels so they will be preserved in body.

However, if blood pressure keeps high over time, it will cause extra strain on the small blood vessels in kidneys. Over time, the blood vessels will become impaired and lose the normal filtering capacity. As a result, renal function will decline gradually. Without effective treatment, the small blood vessels will become necrotic and kidneys will fail eventually.

How to regain renal function in high blood pressure induced CKD?

Micro-Chinese Medicines Osmotherapy is an effective treatment to regain renal function in high blood pressure induced CKD.

Chinese medicines are tonic to kidneys and they can activate the self-healing system of kidney cells. When kidney tissues and cells are repaired, renal function will be improved remarkably.

In addition, Chinese medicines can provide abundant nutrients for repairing kidney structure. Hence, the patients will be able to get rid of onset of kidney failure completely.

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