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What Benefits Can CKD Patients Gain From Medicated Foot Bath

What benefits can Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) patients get from Medicated Foot Bath? Medicated Foot Bath is one of the characteristic Chinese medicine therapies in our hospital. It has many benefits for kidney patients. Follow us to read the details.

What Benefits Can CKD Patients Gain From Medicated Foot Bath1. Dredge meridians and enhance your renal function

The relationship between foot and kidneys is very close. Medicated foot bath can arrive at your kidneys directly, stimulate your kidneys and promote the recover of your renal function through your skin and meridians. Through the permeation of Chinese medicines, foot reflecting region and stimulation of acupoints, it can achieve the function of dredging channels and improving your renal function.

2. Eliminate fatigue and improve your sleep quality

Medicated Foot Bath has function of eliminating fatigue. Through promoting your whole body’s blood circulation, speeding up blood circulation, removing deposits in feet and eliminating fatigue, Medicated Foot Bath can make you have a high sleep quality.

3. Improve your resistance

There are 60 acupoints in your ankles. Medicated Foot Bath can smooth your blood and qi, and increase your body resistance.

4. Regulate your blood pressure

Medicated Foot Bath can be used to adjust your blood pressure. It can avoid the side effects of medications and has a better effect.

5. Promote metabolism

Medicated Foot Bath can promote blood circulation in feet and your whole body. Due to increased blood circulation, it can regulate endocrine secreting function and promote endocrine to secrete various hormones. These hormones can promote metabolism.

Of course, during Medicated Foot Bath, you also need to know some precautions:

1. Do not take it for a very long time. The time should be 15-20 minutes. Long time of medicated foot bath will increase your blood circulation in your feet and blood will flow to your lower limbs. This will workload your heart and blood vessels.

2. The water temperature should not be too high. Water overheat can expand your blood vessels. Your blood will flow to your lower limbs, causing insufficient blood supply to heart, brain and kidneys. This is very bad for your body.

3. It is not proper to take Medicated Foot Bath after half hour of eating because it will affect your blood supply to your stomach. Long term of medicated foot bath after your eating will cause malnutrition.

Medicated Foot Bath is good for kidney patients. However, it is just a supporting therapy in our hospital. We also have Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Mai Kang Mixture, Medicated Foot Bath, Moxibustion Therapy and Medicinal Soup,etc. These usually combine together to treat CKD. The therapeutic effect is much better.

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