How Long to Live for Patients with Renal Failure depends on the control of the development of the illness condition. After Chinese medicine treatment, there are many patients can survive for dozens of years. Let alone the pain of dialysis, it is also costly. Then how to ease the pain of the patients without spending much money but prolong the life span of the patients?
1. Keep a healthy daily diet
The general diet principle for the patients with Renal Failure is low- protein, low-salt and low-fat and high vitamin. Moreover, the patients with Renal Failure should quit tobacco and alcohol so as to decrease the risk of high blood pressure. In addition, taking proper exercise and preventing infections such as colds are also important measures for the patients with Renal Failure.
2. Prevent complications
Many patients with Renal Failure die of its complications. Therefore, the patients often have anemia, nerve disease, heart disease, skin disease and so on. These complications will certainly aggravate the disease progression. If the patients can control these complications very well, they will be able to slow down the disease progression.
3. Effective treatment
Although dialysis can alleviate the symptoms to some extent, it can not repair the damaged kidneys at all. Therefore, what the patients with Renal Failure should do is to repair the damaged renal intrinsic cells primarily so as to improve their renal function. In this way, they will be able to prolong their life expectancy greatly.
Micro-Chinese Medicine is a novel herbal remedy which is developed on the basis of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Other than oral drugs or surgery, it is an external application. During the treatment procedure, what patients need do is just lie on bed with medicine packages attached to their kidney region.
Chinese herbal medicine contained in this therapy can function to stop the inflammatory reaction of the kidneys, increase blood and oxygen supply to the kidneys, anti-coagulation, degrade and remove harmful substances like immune complexes out of the body, repair the renal impairment, and raise the remaining kidney capacity. To what extent can patients restore their renal function depends on many factors such as patient's age, residual kidney function, complications, overall health condition, etc.