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Can Acupuncture Lower High Creatinine Levels


2013-07-07 10:02

Can Acupuncture Lower High Creatinine LevelsAcupuncture is an important part in traditional Chinese medicine(TCM). As a complex therapeutic system,acupuncture has been used to treat a variety of diseases and conditions.It has become increasingly popular in recent years and has been used to treat different kidney diseases. Can acupuncture lower high creatinine levels in kidney disease?

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is based on the therapy that chi flows through and around the body along certain pathways called meridians.It is believed that illness occurs when chi is blocked or become imbalanced.Acupuncture can stimulate specific acupuncture points to correct unblock chi and the imbalanced chi.Acupuncture is done by inserting very thin needles into certain acupuncture points through skin surface.

Acupuncture for high Creatinine levels

Acupuncture on two points, one located below knee and the other medical posterior to ankle can decrease sympathetic nerve activity in the kidneys. Sympathetic overactivity can accelerate renal injury and contribute to the progression of Kidney Disease.The same two acupuncture points on the ankle and shin can lower high serum creatinine levels effectively, proteinuria and glomerular sclerosis.Additionally,acupuncture works well in lowering high blood pressure which is a significant accelerator in worsening renal function.

Only acupuncture acts on the right points, will it be able to treat kidney disease and lower high creatinine levels effectively.Therefore,you should visit an acupuncture with a medical licensing.Any questions?You can consult our medical professional to get more suggestions.

TCM is a complex therapeutic system and the different treatment methods are often used together to show a better therapeutic effect. Chinese herbal medicines are often used together with acupuncture.Common herbal medicines, such as Angelica and Astragalus,Notoginseng,Safflower etc are commonly used to treat kidney disease and lower high creatinine levels. However, some of them are harmful to kidneys. If you are interested in these herbal medicines, you can email to kidneyabc@hotmail.com  to get a list of these herbal medicines and some suggestions to use them in a right way.


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