How to Reverse Kidney Disease?

If the patient recognizes the symptoms of kidney failure on time and chooses the proper method for treatment,…

How to Reverse Kidney Disease?

How to Reverse Kidney Disease?

April 20, 2021 No Comments

If the patient recognizes the symptoms of kidney failure on time and chooses the proper method for treatment, along with starting caring for their health, he can reverse kidney disease. Reverse kidney disease treatment depends on the condition and stage of the disease, and Ayurveda is one of the best ways to cure any disease with no side effects. In Ayurveda, we work on the root causes of the disease. In allopathic, there is no cure for the kidney. They only have only two options first is dialysis, and the second last is a transplant, but Ayurveda cures the kidney and starts naturally functioning.

So here, you will get to know how you can reverse your kidney disease with the help of ayurvedic treatment.


What is Reverse Kidney Disease?

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Usually, kidney failure occurs when the kidney loses the ability to perform its functions. The kidney decreases its functioning and wastes materials like creatinine, urea, sodium, and potassium start accumulating in the body. So, every kidney patient needs to balance the expected level of potassium to reverse kidney disease. The kidney sends toxins to the bladder, which the body later removes toxins during urination.


Some factors can affect the kidney’s health and function:

Sometimes, the overloaded body with toxins can be life-threatening if left untreated. Such as:

  • Toxic exposure to environmental pollutants.
  • Acute and Chronic diseases
  • Dehydration
  • Kidney trauma


In Sai Sanjeevani, we provide Kidney Function Restoration Treatment (KFRT), which helps control the root cause of kidney failure (hypertension, diabetes, IgA nephropathy, and polycystic kidney) and reverse kidney disease.


Leading cause of kidney damage.


  1. High blood pressure: High blood pressure damages the small blood vessels in the kidneys. The kidneys cannot filter the blood precisely due to the shrinkage in the blood vessel. High blood pressure also develops heart disease. It is necessary to control the blood pressure to reverse kidney disease.
  2. Diabetes: Diabetes is a condition characterized by high blood glucose (sugar) levels. High levels of sugar in the blood damage the millions of tiny filtering units within each kidney. It can eventually lead to kidney failure.
  3. Taking multiple pills: We are taking various pills for minor illnesses like cold, fever, headache, stomach ache, etc., which leads to chemical reactions and causes kidney damage. The combination of numerous medicines with caffeine makes the kidney worse.
  4. Alcohol: Alcohol is a hazardous drug that damages the kidney and lungs. Nowadays, every alcoholic drinker is suffering from kidney damage. So a person needs to avoid alcohol to reverse kidney disease.
  5. Heart and blood vessel disease: High blood pressure shrinks the blood vessel, and because of shrinkage kidney can’t filter blood, and waste develops in a considerable amount.



Symptoms of kidney disease:


Having more than one symptom may be a sign of severe kidney problems. So, if you notice any of these symptoms, you should contact your doctor as soon as possible to reverse your kidney disease. 

Abdominal (belly) pain: Patients may feel side belly pain. Pain can be worse and average. Collection of the vast amount of waste product and fluid can cause Abdominal (belly) pain.

More tired, less energy: It is very typical that if kidney function decreases, it can build up toxins and waste material in the blood. Eventually, this can cause people to feel tired, weak, and it isn’t easy to concentrate on work. Anemia is one of the other complications of kidney disease, which leads to weakness and fatigue.

Trouble sleeping: When the kidneys cannot work properly, toxins stay in the blood instead of leaving the body through urine, making it difficult for a person to sleep. So if we talk about trouble sleeping, it is usually most common in a person suffering from chronic kidney disease compared to the general population.

Dry and itchy skin: The kidney performs much essential work in our body, as it removes the waste material and extra fluid from the body to make the red blood cells or keep bones strong that will help maintain the right amount of minerals in your blood. So that dry and itchy skin can be a sign of mineral and bone disease.

Urinate more often: A patient with kidney failure usually feels like urinating more often, especially at night. Increase in the urge to urinate more often especially happens when the kidney filters are damaged. Maybe sometimes it can also be a sign of urinary infection.

Blood in the urine: The kidney primarily works to keep the blood cells in the body while filtering the waste from the blood to create urine. But when the function of the kidney decreases, these blood cells start to leak out into the urine. Even blood in the urine can also be an indication of kidney stones or an infection.

Foamy urine: Bubbles in the urine that require flushing several times before they go away indicate protein in the urine. It looks like a kind of foam that you usually see while scrambling eggs. For example, the protein found in urine is similar to the protein that is found in eggs.

Puffiness around eyes: Puffiness around the eyes happens because kidneys leak a large amount of protein in the urine rather than keeping it in the body. If we talk about the protein in the urine, it is one of the early signs that kidney filters have been damaged.

Ankles and feet are swollen: Swelling in the ankles and feet is caused due to sodium retention, which happens because of decreased function of the kidney. It can also be a symptom of liver disease and heart disease.

Poor appetite: Poor appetite is one of the very general symptoms of kidney failure, as the buildup of toxins results in reduced kidney function.

Muscles cramps: The main reason behind muscle cramps is low calcium level and poorly controlled phosphorus. Also, electrolyte imbalances can result from impaired kidney function.

Nausea and vomiting: Nausea and vomiting include the buildup of uremic toxins, medications, gastroparesis, ulcers, gastroesophageal reflux disease, gallbladder disease, and it is very common in kidney patients.

Shortness of breath: Shortness of breath can be related to the kidneys in two ways:- 

  1. Extra fluid in the body can be built up in the lungs
  2. Shortage of oxygen-carrying red blood cells can leave your body oxygen-starved and short of breath


Following these facts can help to reverse kidney disease.


Healthy and proper diet: Following a healthy and paper diet (Including a variety of grains (primarily whole grains), fresh fruits, and vegetables) and less sodium (salt) intake can help a patient to reverse kidney disease. In Ayurveda treatment, we provide a personalized diet chart to every patient.

Keep blood pressures in control to reverse kidney disease: Blood pressure should be controlled to less than 120/80 if you have CKD. Keep managing stress levels because stress increases high blood pressure. To maintain your stress level in control, do some yoga and breathing exercises.

Keep blood sugar or diabetes in control: The diet must include lots of fruits, whole grains, vegetables, turkey, chicken, and fish in your diet. You should be aware that your diet does not hold high levels of sugar and calories. The diet should also not have high levels of salt and sodium.

Exercise regularly: Exercise is beneficial for kidney patients. It helps patients to be healthy and energetic. the patient should include walking for 30 minutes three times a week or more in lifestyle.





If a person is facing any symptoms of kidney disease, then they are advised to do some tests like KFT and urine tests.

At SRIAAS, Dr. Puru Dhawan helps to reverse kidney disease by providing a customized diet and curated therapy to increase the GFR and reduce the creatinine from the body. With the help of Ayurveda, the results of kidney treatment can be seen within a month.