Urea and creatinine are two metabolic waste products that are excreted from the blood via kidneys, so blood urea and creatinine level can monitor how well kidneys are functioning. Raised blood urea and creatinine is more likely to indicate kidney problem. In this case, home remedies can help control it.
What home remedies are helpful to lower raised blood urea and creatinine level? Here, we will introduce them from diet to lifestyle and nursing care.
1. Food Therapy
No matter what disease you have, Food Therapy always plays a big role in treating your disease as well as kidney disease. In our daily life, some foods can help reduce high urea and creatinine level, but on the contrary, some foods may make creatinine and urea levels become higher. Always make sure you are abiding by right diet plan.
2. Drink some herbal tea
Elevated creatinine and urea levels both can indicate the decline of kidney excretion function. Some herbal teas are proven to be effective on increasing glomerular filtration rate, that is to say, kidney excretion function. Dandelion root, nettle leaf, salvia, etc, are helpful. Learn which one is good for you.
3. Give up unhealthy lifestyle
Alcohol, smoking or drinking too much coffee may worsen patients’ illness condition. Therefore, if you want to get better health condition, you should give up your unhealthy living habits.
Medicated Bath can help improve patients’ blood circulation, ease patients’ fatigue, boost patients’ immunity and prompt sweating. Therefore, more urea and creatinine can be discharged out of the body via skin.
Hot Compress Therapy can also be taken both at hospital and home. It can boost kidney condition, through supplementing blood and nutritions for damaged kidney cells and increasing the self-curative ability of these cells.
Besides, many other home remedies can help lower raised blood urea and creatinine. To know more about these remedies, you can send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below.