GFR, glomerular filtration rate as its full name, is a lab value which measure how well your kidneys function.CKD is divided into 5 stages, according to the GFR level: stage1 (≧90), stage 2 (60~89), stage3 (30~59), stage4 (15~29), stage5 (<15).
How to raise GFR naturally?
Increased GFR means kidney function improvement. To improve GFR, medical treatment, Diet and healthy lifestyle are involved.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a new developed Chinese Herbal Medicine which uses the osmosis device to affect the herbal bag and promote the herbal ingredients permeating into kidneys tissues and take effects directly. It helps repair the damaged kidney tissues and improve kidney function. You can expect the GFR improvement within 2 weeks ~1.5 months.
Medicated bath means uses the hot water which combines with specific herbal medical juice. When the body is soaped in the hot water, the skin will open its pores and the herbal ingredients will be easy to enter the internal organs and tissues.
Medicated bath shows effects not only on the symptoms of Kidney Disease, but also on the underlying Kidney Damage. In addition, it helps improve the immune system of patients, which will help prevent the relapse of kidney problem.
Healthy diet helps balance the electrolytes of the body. When GFR is lower than the normal range, it means the kidneys cannot work well. Foods will be absorbed by the body and some parts of them will be broken into waste products, which need be removed by kidneys. Thereby, a specific diet helps reduce the labor of kidneys.
Some mild exercise helps make your body to use the energy and improve your strength and boost your internal organ functions. Thereby, to increase GFR levels, you are suggested to take some exercises, such as swimming, walking, jogging, hiking etc. Never try strenuous exercise without your Doctor’s permission.
A healthy living includes many aspects, such as healthy sexual life, good emotional management, quiting bad habits, such as smoking and drinking etc.
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