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How To Reduce High Blood Pressure In IgA Nephropathy

How To Reduce High Blood Pressure In IgA NephropathyHigh blood pressure is a very common symptom in IgA Nephropathy, but if it can not get effective treatment timely, it will lead to a series of heart diseases or renal diseases. This article mainly aims at how to reduce high blood pressure in IgA nephropathy by two aspects:

Firstly, in general, in daily life, you can design a healthy diet plan according to yourself condition to reduce high blood pressure and slow down the progression of IgA nephropathy, such as:

1. Keeping low-salt diet. Limit salt and salty foods to reduce water and sodium retention that can lead to the progression of high blood pressure.

2. Controlling potassium intake. The food rich in potassium will worsen your illness condition. So you must pay more attention to limit the amount of potassium. But there is no a certain figure but not the more the better. Eating a right amount according to yourself condition please.

Secondly, because IgA nephropathy is a intractable disease, just depending on diet can’t cure the disease from the root. The therapeutical emphasis of the disease is to repair damaged renal function to recover the normal metabolism of kidney tissue, which can reduce high blood pressure from the root and relieve severe lesions caused by ischemia and poor-oxygen of kidney tissue.

However, treatment of the disease is a long-term and painful work, so many patients feel tired and sad. But hope appears in Chinese medicine therapy. Chinese medicine therapy is safe and natural because all the medicines used in process come from the nature. Besides, Chinese medicine therapy don’t need surgery, so it has no pain and no side effect. According to many years clinical applications, Chinese medicine therapy is proved to be effective and convenient, and many patients have been saved from Chinese medicine therapy. So, now Chinese medicine therapy is favor and welcome between the patients with high blood pressure in IgA nephropathy.

Finally, if you want to have a detailed knowledge about Chinese medicine therapy to reduce high blood pressure in IgA nephropathy, you can leave your message below or send email to igacure@gmail.com to contract us. We are very glad to offer free help to you anytime.

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