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Can Acupuncture Help IgA Nephropathy

Can Acupuncture Help IgA NephropathyAcupuncture is a popular Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) therapy, which has been recognized by people at home and abroad. Can acupuncture help IgA Nephropathy? The answer is certain.

First, let’s see the health benefits of acupuncture for IgA Nephropathy patients.

There are many acupoints on the body. By stimulating these acupoints by thin needles, you can achieve the following curative effects.

-Promote blood circulation so as to improve ischemia and anoxia

-Remove blood stasis

-Enhance endocrine balance to activate the production of antibodies and boost immune system

-Improve the function of weak organs

Besides, acupuncture seldom causes side effects. With improved blood circulation and immune system, the damaged kidneys can repair themselves easily. Therefore, acupuncture help IgA Nephropathy treatment.

However, acupuncture is just one therapy of systemic treatment.

IgA Nephropathy is a kind of autoimmune disease. It is caused by immune complexes like IgA and C3 deposited in the mesangial area. It can cause inflammation in the kidneys, leading to kidney function impairment. Therefore, to treat IgA Nephropathy, we have to stop the inflammation in the kidneys, remove the immune complex and repair the damaged mesangial cells. Though acupuncture is helpful, it should be used together with other therapies, such as hot compress therapy, circle therapy, foot bath, full bath, enema therapy and steam therapy, namely 7 Natural Therapies Against IgA Nephropathy. They can increase blood flow into the kidneys to remove immune complexes from the kidneys so as to ease inflammation. They can also draw out toxins from body to reduce their damage to the kidneys. Moreover, they can degrade extracellular matrix to stop kidney fibrosis.

After a period of treatment, you will find that there are flocs in the urine and urine output increases. In addition, you will feel energetic, appetite will be improved, etc. The symptoms associated with IgA Nephropathy will also gradually disappear.

The earlier you receive treatment, the more possibility for you to recover kidney function and live a normal life.

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