How To Treat Albuminuria
Albuminuria is a disease characterized by the presence of dissolved albumin in urine. Albumin is a protein synthesized by the liver and found in blood plasma protein. This disease is classified as a type of protenuria.The causes of the existence of dissolved albumin in urine can be very diverse: mechanical congestion of the kidneys, increased pressure of the renal veins from heart disease or pregnancy, poisoning from toxic or harmful consumption, etc.One of the most common causes is the destruction of the epithelium of the renal tubules. Peeling of the epithelium allows free passage to albumin from blood to be secreted in the urine.Albuminuria can be acute or chronic. The acute form causes chills, fever, pains in the kidney area, vomiting, lack of urine despite the need to urinate, reddish or brown, thick and cloudy urine.In this article we tell you how to treat albuminuria.
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- Bath or shower.
The first thing you need to know is that you have to follow a vegetarian diet in which raw foods abound, based on salads, fresh vegetables and seasonal fruits. If you need some ideas you can get them from the raw food diet.
However, you should only drink a small amount of water and stop drinking alcoholic beverages.
Three times a day, once in the morning, once in the afternoon and last night, drink the juice of a lemon without water. Simply squeeze a lemon into a glass and drink it.
Each day have a steam bath of chamomile and eucalyptus in bed. At the same time warm compresses should be applied near the kidneys and heart, until you start to sweat.After, take a bath at 25°C and vigorously rub the body.
Before going to bed, sit in a bath with the water at 24°C for 10 minutes.
If you suffer from constipation you have to treat it. For this we recommend you read the article on how to treat constipation.
Make sure you get tested properly, as in order to be diagnosed with Albuminuria two out of three tests need to come out positive.
Moreover, Albuminuria is linked to other lesions and diseases such as intestinal nephritis and other factors such as high cholesterol and glucose may have increased.
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