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What Should Do With Puffy Eyes In Kidney Failure

2015-05-11 07:18


I have been urinating quite frequently along with waking up with puffy eyes and lacking an appetite. Is this a sign of kidney disease? My doctor has told me my kidney function is 1.2. Can you suggest what should I do about my puffy eyes?


What Should Do With Puffy Eyes In Kidney FailureFrequent urination at night and puffy eyes in the morning are two common signs of kidney disease. Damaged kidneys cannot discharge all the metabolic wastes and toxins during the daytime and the kidneys have to work at night to discharge the remaining wasteful substances. This is the reason of frequent urination at night. As for puffy eyes in the morning, it occurs due to failing kidneys do not remove extra fluid, which builds up in your body causing swelling in the legs, ankles, feet, ankle, hands and eyelids and other loose tissues.

What to do with puffy eyes in kidney failure?

1. Limit fluid and sodium intake

Injured kidneys cannot keep the fluid and sodium balance. In this condition, if you still take excess sodium or drink too much water, your puffy eyes will be worsened. Thus, it is necessary for you to limit fluid and sodium intake.

2. Diuretics

Diuretics have the function of increasing urine output so as to help excrete excess fluid out of the body. Some natural herbs with diuretic property may be suitable for you such as dandelion root, saliva, nettle leaf and so on. These herbs can alleviate your puffy eyes without side effects.

3. Medicated foot bath

There are many acupoints in the feet. Before sleep, you immerse your feet into the medicated water. Foot bath can discharge toxins and excessive fluid out of your body through skin pores and improved blood circulation. All these can alleviate your puffy eyes. If Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is also applied, the therapeutic effect will be better. Because this therapy can repair kidney damage and improve renal function. This is the radical solution for puffy eyes and other symptoms like frequent urination at night, poor appetite, high blood pressure and anemia.

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