How to Reverse Elevated Blood Creatinine Level
Under normal circumstances, the production of creatinine is stable and it is discharged out of body with urine. There are various reasons which can cause elevated creatinine, such as dehydration, overwork etc. But it is temporarily. If high creatinine level persists for a period of time, it may indicate that your kidneys go wrong. Today we just talk about the high creatinine caused by kidney disease. How to reverse elevated blood creatinine level? In the following, you may find the answer.
Dialysis is the most direct way to decrease blood creatinine. It can take place of your kidneys to filter the wastes out of body. If your creatinine level is not high enough for dialysis, you can choose other treatment.
Alternative treatment for elevated blood creatinine level
Diet also has influence on elevated blood creatinine. Creatinine is the break down product of creatine. Creatine has two sources. One is muscle in your body, and the other is the meat you consume. Therefore, we should limit the intake of meat. On the other hand, because your kidneys are impaired, they are not able to filter the sodium, potassium, phosphorus etc properly. You should develop an appropriate meal plan under the instruction of your doctor. Or you can also contact our online doctors for a personalized diet plan.
Drinking some herbal tea is also effective in lowering creatinine levels, like nettle leaf, siberian ginseng, dandelion, salvia and cinnamon.
Diuretic can increase urine output. With more urine, creatinine will also be taken away.
Immunotherapy can help clear the wastes building up in the body, including creatinine, repair the damaged kidney and improve kidney function. Once the kidneys recover, your elevated creatinine will decrease.
There are also other ways that improve kidney function and decrease high creatinine, such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, polluted blood therapy etc. Space is limited, we do not list all here. For more information, please contact us. Hope the above information can help you.
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