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How Proteinuria can be relieved with ayurvedic medicines?

by Shipra Sharma Kidney Treatment in Ayurveda
The individuals who have proteinuria have an abnormal amount of protein in their urine than normal. In most cases, proteinuria is a sign of underlying kidney disease. Healthy kidneys work properly and efficiently and do not allow the protein and other minerals to skip through their filters. But damage filters may allow some proteins like albumin to skip from the blood into the urine. 

In some rare conditions, proteinuria can be a sign of overproduction of protein by the body. 

Everyone has a little bit of protein in their urine but with proteinuria this level of protein increases that makes the urine foamy. 

Kidney disease does not come with an alarming sign. The most difficult part of having a kidney problem is that the condition often remains silent until it reaches an advanced stage and so individual abstain from taking the right Proteinuria Ayurvedic Treatment approach.

Risk factors for proteinuria

Kidney disease can happen to anyone, but those who are at risk have one or more of the following conditions such as:

• Diabetes
• High blood pressure
• A family history of kidney disease
• Doing strenuous workout

Other types of conditions that can relate to proteinuria include:

• Excess consumption of medications
• Trauma
• High fever
• UTI
• Severe dehydration
• Glomerulonephritis
• Severe infections in the body also allow the protein to leak through the filters
• Immune system disorders
• Obesity
• Age over 60
• Preeclampsia
• Sometimes proteinuria is also detected when urinating in particular position
• Many times a person notices proteinuria in the morning and not in the day
• Immune system-related conditions
• Hodgkin's lymphoma 
• IgA nephropathy 
• Lupus Sarcoidosis
• Sickle cell anemia
• Nephrotic syndrome 
• Multiple myelomas
• Rheumatoid arthritis

Signs of proteinuria

When the protein in the urine is low, and you are just started to have this condition, the signs will not be prominent. The only way to know you have proteinuria is to notice any change in your urine. Those who have proteinuria have foamy urine that looks like a scrambled egg. 

Apart from that, swelling is also observed in people falling ill of this condition. If you wake up in the morning with puffy eyes and notice foam in the urine that you need to consult a doctor and get UACR checked. 

Urine albumin-to-creatinine ratio tells the amount of albumin in the urine with respect to creatinine. A UACR of more than 30 mg/g is a sign of some underlying kidney disease. 

If you have these signs, then it might happen that your kidneys are already damaged. Talk to your healthcare provider and take the Proteinuria Ayurvedic Treatment as suggested. Besides, it is important to note that allopathic medications you take to overcome this condition may further pose a threat to the kidneys. 

Managing proteinuria

Proteinuria is a type of kidney damage that can be managed by following a balanced diet and taking ayurvedic treatment. One should not depend on allopathic medications to reduce protein leakage from the blood. There are certain tips you can follow to maintain your diet, or you can also consult a renal dietician who can suggest some dietary changes and Proteinuria Ayurvedic Treatment to combat this situation naturally. 

Some tips that can help along with the treatment include: 

• Table salt is particularly not good for patients who have diseased kidneys. When the kidneys are not working properly, they have to work hard extra to process the sodium. Thus, try to restrict the consumption of sodium in your diet.
• Likewise high blood pressure and blood sugar levels weaken the bloodstream related to the kidneys and so they become fragile to work properly.
• Try to include ginger, garlic, and onion in your diet to allow the toxin build-up to remove naturally. 
• Eat fresh fruits and vegetables, legumes, and grains to make the body functional.
• Animal protein sources of food are not good for those with kidney disease and so avoid eating them. Instead, switch to plant based sources after consultation from your renal dietician. 
• Eat less sugar
• Avoid fatty and oily food
• Make sure to sleep for enough hours
• Don’t take stress
• Maintain a healthy weight
• Potassium can also damage your kidney and so should be eaten in restriction
• Dehydration is another factor that can affect the kidney’s filtration capacity
• High-protein foods such as dairy products should be avoided

Proteinuria Ayurvedic treatment

When the kidneys are unhealthy, the best thing you can do to take care of them is to follow a balanced diet and take only ayurvedic medicines for the improvement in their health. It is a good thing that in the initial stages, the kidneys can be made to rejuvenate naturally with a renal diet plan. 

The ayurvedic medicine is all about using the herbs and spices in their organic form to revive the damage to the cells and tissues of the kidneys. This line of treatment is far the best way to cure any kind of kidney disease and not limited to proteinuria. Even when the kidney damage has reached an advanced stage, the ayurvedic treatment can help you at times of renal failure. 

Karma Ayurveda is an ayurvedic kidney care hospital that is based in Delhi, India. With the use of ayurvedic medications, many people have got their dialysis frequency reduced to zero and the revival of the kidneys has been observed naturally. 

If you want to know more, then reach us at Karma Ayurveda!

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