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How Can You Lower Your Urea Nitrogen in Your Kidneys

2014-08-17 03:41

How Can You Lower Your Urea Nitrogen in Your KidneysBlood urea nitrogen is an indicator of kidney function. When your kidney function impairs to less than 50%, urea level increases. How can you lower your urea nitrogen in your kidneys?

Diet can help you lower your urea nitrogen.

Urea is the waste product of protein and the normal BUN level is 9-20 mg/dL. To lower urea nitrogen, you should reduce the intake of protein. But it does not mean you should avoid protein. After all protein is an important component of body. The intake of protein depends on remaining kidney function and your symptoms. Besides, you should supply enough calory to reduce the protein metabolism. 30 kcal/kg calory intake can satisfy the need of body and carbohydrate like cereal and rice is the main source of calory. Moreover, drinking plenty of fluid can increase the output of urine and lower BUN, but the precondition is that you do not have edema.

Control the symptoms

High blood pressure and stress can also increase your BUN level. If so, you should lower your blood pressure and relieve stress. ACEI, ARB, CCB and diuretics are medications to decrease blood pressure effectively. Though kidney disease can not be cured, you should take it easy and keep a positive attitude. Besides, controlling the other symptoms also help you lower BUN.

Repair the damaged kidneys

Healthy kidneys can manage the BUN level well, so we should repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Circle Therapy and Enema Therapy are common used therapies to help draw out toxins and purify the blood. Besides, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can help your kidneys repair themselves by anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, blood vessel dilation, extracellular matrix degradation and nutrient supplement. With these Traditional Chinese Medicine therapies, you can gradually regain their ability. And then blood urea nitrogen level lowers.

High urea nitrogen level may mean your kidneys are severely damaged and you need immediate treatment. The earlier you receive treatment, the more kidney function you can protect.

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