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What Can I Do to Help Myself with IgA Nephropathy

What Can I Do to Help Myself with IgA Nephropathy There goes a saying that God helps those who help themselves. Though IgA Nephropathy can not be cured, if you do not give up hope, it is possible for you to lead a normal life with IgA Nephropathy. What can I do to help myself with IgA Nephropathy?

Strike a balance between rest and work

When your IgA Nephropathy is brought under control, you can go back to work. But you should avoid overwork and have a good rest, because overwork can make IgA Nephropathy flare up again.

Take part in moderate physical activity

Though IgA Nephropathy may make you have many body malaise, you should not give up physical activity especially when it is under controlled. Moderate exercise in the daily can help you improve whole medical condition, for example, strengthen immune system, boost energy, improve blood circulation, etc.

Give up some unhealthy habits

If you have unhealthy habits, such as smoking, drinking alcohol, eating junk food, you had better give up them, because they may cause further damage to your kidneys.

Follow a healthy diet

You should make a scientific diet plan according to your medial condition. For example, if you have proteinuria, you should limit the intake of protein. If you have high blood pressure, you should restrict salt intake. If you have high blood potassium level, you should avoid food high in potassium. A dietitian can aid you in making such a diet plan.

Avoid drug abuse

Do not take drugs without the instruction of your nephrologist, because some of the medicines are nephrotoxic. Besides, do not reduce the dosage of medicine or stop it without the instruction of doctor, because it triggers the relapse of kidney disease.

Look for alternative medicine

Though western medicine is helpful for you to eliminate symptoms, it can not stop kidney failure. In such case, why not try some alternative medicine such as Traditional Chinese Medicine and Immunotherapy for IgA Nephropathy, which can help you restore kidney function.

Apart from the above aspects, you should do other things to help yourself to control IgA Nephropathy. If you need our help, please feel free to contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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