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How to Lose Weight with IgA Nephropathy

How to Lose Weight with IgA NephropathyFor some people, weight gain is a good thing, while for some other people, weight gain brings many complications like high cholesterol. Only when you maintain an ideal weight can you keep healthy. Sometimes IgA Nephropathy patients are troubled with weight gain. How to lose weight with IgA Nephropathy?

Why IgA Nephropathy patients have weight gain?

IgA Nephropathy is caused by antibodies called IgA being trapped in the kidney and causing damage to the kidney. When the filters (glomeruli) are damaged by deposits of IgA, protein, red blood cells and some other useful substance which should be retained in the body leak into the urine. In order to reduce the symptoms, you may need to take steroids. These medications have many side effects, one of which is weight gain. Besides, IgA Nephropathy may affect your kidney function to filter excess fluid and then water may retain in the body and cause weight gain.

How to lose weight with IgA Nephropathy?

There are some small tips for you to lose weight.

-Begin a daily exercise program to lose weight.

-Stress reduction also helps weight loss, so you can begin daily meditation and relaxation.

-Increase your fiber intake with leafy green, raw vegetables and whole-wheat grain products.

-Stop eating when you feel full

-Chew your food longer to allow it to start digesting in your mouth.

-If it is caused by water retain, you may need to take diuretics to increase the urine output.

In fact, steroids are not the only medications for treating IgA Nephropathy. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a natural therapy, which can help you repair the damaged kidneys and recover kidney function. Because this therapy can restrain kidney inflammation, dilate blood vessels, block blood clotting and stop kidney fibrosis. When your kidney function improves, all the problems disappear. There are also other adjunctive therapies, such as Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Circle Therapy and Enema Therapy.

If you are overweight with IgA Nephropathy, losing weight helps you control state of illness and reduce the risk of high cholesterol and heart disease. For more information, you can contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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