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How Can I Lower Blood Urea Nitrogen Level

Time:  2014-01-29 03:00

How Can I Lower Blood Urea Nitrogen LevelHow to lower my Blood Urea Nitrogen(BUN)? BUN is a the waste by-product of metabolized protein. Healthy kidneys will filter BUN by-product out of your body through urine. High blood urea nitrogen generally indicate that your kidneys are not functioning properly or you may experience health problems related to your cardiovascular system. Well,how to lower blood urea nitrogen to reduce the risk for health problems.

1. Drink plenty of fluid to avoid dehydration.

Dehydration means that inadequate water and electrolyte imbalance in your cells, causing high blood urea nitrogen level. Consult your doctor or online free doctor for exact amounts based on your health status.

2. Low protein intake

If your kidneys are not functioning properly, excess protein is not able to excreted from your body. High blood urea nitrogen is caused by excess protein in your body, so reduce your protein intake to lower high blood urea nitrogen. You should avoid high protein foods including red meat, poultry, fish and dairy. Beans, nuts and grains have moderate amounts of protein, and fruits have no protein. The daily protei intake is 40 to 60 g for healthy adult, and for kidney disease patients with high blood urea nitrogen, they should reduce the intake by half.

3. High blood pressure is related to high blood urea nitrogen

Kidney disease patients usually have high blood pressure. High blood urea nitrogen occur from high blood pressure, so your doctor may recommend some medication to stabilize it.

If you have consistently high blood urea nitrogen,it may lead to acute kidney failure which may require you do dialysis to filter wastes and toxins out of body.

What’s more, some medications can also cause high blood urea nitrogen. Before taking any medication, you need to consult your doctor.

Persistently frequent urination, swelling of hands, face and lower limbs, and high blood pressure are all signs of damaged kidney function. Therefore, if you have any symptoms, you should do tests to identify the aetiology and do not miss the best time for treating diseases.

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