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Can Kidney Failure Cause Heart Failure ?

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As the kidneys become less able to remove toxins from the blood, these substances accumulate in the bloodstream and circulate to other organs. The increased levels of toxins have deleterious effects on many systems throughout the body, including heart function. Arteries may become more susceptible to atherosclerosis due to plaque overgrowth within their walls caused by elevated cholesterol levels. Hallmarks of kidney disease-related heart failure are lower ejection fraction, or “leaking” mitral valve leaflets that prevent adequate blood flow through this chamber of the heart. Other signs include shortness of breath, abnormal heartbeat patterns (arrhythmias) and fluid buildup around or inside tissues (edema). If left untreated, chronic kidney disease can lead to edema-related congestive heart failure, a life-threatening condition requiring urgent hospitalization and intervention.

Can Homeopathy Help To Prevent Dialysis in Chronic Kidney Disease?

Yes, CUREplus homeopathy treatment for kidney failure from Welling Homeopathy Clinics can help prevent dialysis.

The treatment at Welling Clinic includes our specially formulated custom-made Homeopathy medicines. The treatment protocol has been developed after exhaustive in-house research and is known widely to extend quality of life and control kidney functioning.

The Homeopathy treatment for CKD can help in

  • improving kidney functioning,
  • reducing dialysis and
  • also, increase the time between dialysis.

Call +91 8080 850 950 now. See our specialist today to prevent further damage to the kidneys and also prevent or stop dialysis. You too can be benefitted from our speciality treatment for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).

Can Kidney Failure Cause Heart Failure?

No, Blood flow to the kidneys is vital for its function, especially as it relates to waste filtration. Even before evidence of reduced kidney function presents itself, cardiovascular factors that compromise blood circulation can begin affecting urine filtration as well as overall function. In the early stages, this is reversible with medications and lifestyle changes. As the disease progresses through various stages, heart failure becomes a risk as the kidneys become less effective at eliminating toxins from the blood. In late-stage kidney failure, dialysis or kidney transplantation is required to correct the problem.

Inadequate blood flow due to atherosclerosis contributes to kidney disease by reducing the number of nephrons, or functional units of the kidney. This may be due to ischemic damage, in which blood flow is cut off through constricted arteries caused by high cholesterol levels. Atherosclerosis can also lead to atherogenic damage, in which plaque deposition within artery walls blocks blood flow directly. When the kidneys are exposed to blood flow that is too low, they become less able to carry out their functions.

Call +91 8080 850 950 now. See our specialist today to prevent further damage to the kidneys and also prevent or stop dialysis. You too can be benefitted from our speciality treatment for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).