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Can I Relieve Proteinuria In Diabetic Nephropathy Through Controlling Hypertensive


2018-12-10 09:42

Diabetic Nephropathy,Relieve Proteinuria,HypertensiveDiabetic patients often have High Blood Pressure at the same time. Hypertension is undoubtedly worse for Diabetic Nephropathy.

Hypertension can not only cause serious cardiovascular and cerebrovascular complications, but also is the main accomplice of death and disability. Persistent hypertension can also increase the internal pressure of glomerular capillaries in the kidney, resulting in increased proteinuria and deterioration of renal function. Therefore, in order to maintain healthy heart, brain and kidney functions and prolong life span, blood pressure must also be strictly controlled.

It has been found that the risk of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular complications increases exponentially for every 5-10 mmHg increase in blood pressure above the 140/90 mmHg standard. Moreover, for patients with kidney disease, further lowering blood pressure within the normal range is of greater benefit to maintaining the stability of renal function for a long time.

Therefore, as long as there is no obvious discomfort in patients, blood pressure should be maintained within the normal range as far as possible. For patients with diabetic nephropathy, especially those whose 24-hour urinary protein level exceeds 1 gram, blood pressure should be controlled below 120/75 mmHg.

How to reduce high blood pressure naturally?

With the development of Chinese Medicine, more and more patients take chinese herbal medicines to control high blood pressure, which can treat kidney disease well. Active ingredients used here to expend blood vessels, improve blood circulations, promote the metabolism, so it contributes to renew diseased cells and tissues, which can achieve to reduce high blood pressure and high blood sugar well.

Otherwise, proteinuria can be relieved naturally in which is helpful to stop the process to End Stage Renal Disease for Diabetic Nephropathy.

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