Nephritis can be acute and chronic which refers to some inflammations occur in your kidneys. Without effective treatment, it is easy to relapse and results in a series of discomforts like Kidney Failure. Actually, it is hard to prevent most kinds of nephritis, but some managements can help reduce risks to develop nephritis.
Drink enough water
Drinking a lot of water can increase urine output. And the constantly discharging your urine will help keep your bladder clean and help you avoid the ailment as well.
Develop healthy lifestyles
Healthy living helps reduce the risk to develop nephritis. Smoking and drinking must be totally give up, because both smoking and alcoholic beverage are shown to damage your kidneys gradually.
Design kidney-friendly diet plan
Chronic nephritis patients should modify their diet, especially for patients with swelling and high blood pressure. If patients have high blood pressure and swelling, they should limit sodium intake. They are not allowed to eat foods with high protein. Patients with kidney dysfunction should limit protein intake so as not to burden your kidney.
Antibiotic treatment may be intravenous for several weeks if the infection has been present for a long time and if the infection is particularly severe.
Herbs or herbal teas
Some herbs are tonic to the kidneys and help to cleanse the inflammations on urinary tract. Herbal tea is a natural way to prevent nephritis. The recommended herbs include pipsissewa, uva ursi, nettle seed tincture, rehmannia root, wild yam root, moutan bark etc. However, in order to guarantee safety, you’d better contact with a doctor based on your illness condition.
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