Low hemoglobin level means that red blood cells amount reduces, which has a medical term called “Anemia”. Anemia is a common complication of diabetic. I will tell you some ways to increase hemoglobin level for a diabetic. Any questions, you can email to email@example.com or leave a message below.
How does diabetes cause low hemoglobin level?
Diabetes does not directly cause anemia, but certain complications and conditions associated with diabetes can contribute to it. For example, diabetes-induced kidney disease (Diabetic Nephropathy) can be the cause of anemia.
Normally, the kidneys secrete a hormone called EPO (erythropoietin), which stimulates the bone marrow to produce red blood cells. Due to Diabetic Nephropathy, the amount of erythropoietin produced by the kidneys is reduces, resulting in anemia.
Ways to increase hemoglobin in diabetic
Treatment for low hemoglobin related to Diabetic Nephropathy includes reversing anemia and improving kidney function. For example, to reverse the anemia, injections of a type of drug called an erythropoiesis-stimulating agent may be prescribed to stimulate your bone marrow to produce red blood cells. As for improving kidney function to ensure enough production of EPO, I recommend Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
Traditional Chinese Medicine can purify the blood and increase whole blood circulation. Therefore, kidney cells can get enough blood volume and oxygen to function adequately. This is to increase hemoglobin level from the root cause.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath and Foot Bath are all herbal therapies and can definitely improve kidney function in a natural way. Types and doses of traditional Chinese herbs may vary from person to person because they have different illness conditions.
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