How to Lower the Level of Urea Nitrogen
Urea is a substance secreted by the liver as a waste product of the digestion of protein, and removed from the blood by the kidneys. Normal human adult blood should contain 7~25 mg of urea nitrogen per 100ml of blood. The amount of nitrogen in the blood can be measured with the BUN test. The most common cause of an elevated BUN, azotemia, is poor kidney function. While, how to lower the level of urea nitrogen in the blood?
Causes of elevated BUN in kidney disease
The primary function of the kidneys is to filter the waste products from the blood and remove them via urine. Each day, our kidneys filter through a total of about 200 quarts of blood and remover up to 2 quarts of waste and excess water. The tiny filters are called glomeruli.
For persons with kidney disease, the filtration ability of glomeruli is damaged, leading to the build up of metabolic waste in the body.
Symptoms of elevated BUN
Knowing the symptoms of blood urea can greatly increase the chance of catching this malady before it causes irreversible damage. They includes: pain in the lower back, pain when urinating, fatigue, an overall weariness and low energy levels, dehydration, low blood pressure, an ammonia-like taste in the mouth, and a strong odor of bad breath, etc.
The treatment we adopt should not only eliminate your discomforts but also remove the root cause-damaged kidney filtration function.
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