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Characteristic Therapies Can Improve CKD Patients’ Life Quality

Posted Time : 2015-08-11 17:07

Characteristic Therapies Can Improve CKD Patients’ Life QualityKidneys are important organs in our body and they are responsible for keeping fluid and electrolytes balance, regulating blood pressure and generating hormones. Many factors can damage kidneys such as high blood pressure, diabetes, infection and so on. Kidney disease has two types-Acute Kidney Disease and Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). Just as its name suggests, CKD is a progressive loss in renal function over a period of months or years. Once kidney function declines, many conditions will occur. Well then how does CKD change your life? If you have any question please ask our ONLINE DOCTOR for free.

Lists of kidney disease symptoms

Changes in urination, fatigue; swelling; skin itching; leg, back or side pain; mketallic taste in mouth or ammonia breath; nausea and vomiting; shortness of breath.

How does CKD affect your life?

Feeling depressed and stressed

When you are diagnosed with this disease, it is a shock to you. Adjusting to big changes is never easy.

Planning and finances

Planning is key to your journey with chronic kidney disease. You should have plenty of time to arrange the best care and dialysis for your needs.

With Chinese herbal medicine like Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Acupuncture, Enema and Mai Kang Mixture, etc, you will be able to manage chronic kidney disease successfully.

If you have any question about our Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy please email to kidney-healthy@hotmail.com or leave message for us. Our professional experts will give you guidance as soon as possible.

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