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How to Boost Immune System to Cure Proteinuria for Nephrotic Syndrome Patients

How to Boost Immune System to Cure Proteinuria for Nephrotic Syndrome PatientsProteinuria is an obvious symptom of Nephrotic Syndrome. Though with steroids proteinuria can be alleviated, infection, cold and some other disease can make your proteinuria relapse. How to boost immune system to cure proteinuria for Nephrotic Syndrome patients? That is really a question worthy thinking.

Do exercise regularly

When your state of illness is stable, doing exercise regularly helps boost immune system. In the beginning, you can do some gentle exercise, such as walking, jogging and swimming. Exercise can also lower blood pressure and reduce cholesterol level so as to decrease the risk of heart disease.

Eat renal-friendly diet

Renal-friendly diet can protect your kidney function and slow down the progression to kidney failure. Low protein diet can reduce proteinuria. Food high in vitamins can neutralize the free radicals so as to boost your immune system. Bell peppers, onions, cranberries and guava are all good source of vitamins. Besides, you should limit the intake of sodium, water, fat, etc.

Use natural remedies instead of immunosuppressant

Immunosuppressant is also a common drug to be used by Nephrotic Syndrome patients to reduce proteinuria, but it can lower your immune system if used for long-term. To boost immune system, you should take some natural remedies.

Immunotherapy is a breakthrough in treating kidney disease. It can regulate the abnormal immune systems so as to help your kidneys repair themselves. When your kidney function improves, proteinuria disappears. And with the improvement of immunity, your body can be protected from various diseases.

Poor immune system is the main reason of Nephrotic Syndrome relapse. Frequent relapse can speed up the impairment of kidney function so as to develop kidney failure. Therefore, you had better receive treatment as early as possible. For more information, please contact online doctor.

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