Is blurred vision common in kidney failure?
Yes, it is. Diabetes and high blood pressure are the leading cause of kidney disease. They are also the leading causes of loss of vision. If your kidney failure is a result of either condition, your vision may be at risk.
You should manage conditions such as hypertension or diabetes. It is important not only for the health of your kidneys, but also the health of your eyes. Follow your doctor’s advice regarding diet and exercise. Take prescribed medicines and check your glucose levels or blood pressure as recommended by your doctor. Quit smoking.
Kidney failure itself can worsen your vision. Therefore, aside from controlling hypertension or diabetes, the radical therapy is to treat kidney failure.
As for kidney failure treatment, we recommend Toxin-Removing Treatment which is a systematic Chinese medicine therapies including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Medicated Foot Bath, Medicinal Soup, Mai Kang Mixture and Steaming Therapy, etc.
When your kidneys are damaged, there will be lots of toxins and wastes building up in your body. This can pollute your blood. Without a clean blood environment, you can not get a good result. Because toxins and wastes can cause further kidney damage and reduce the efficacy of medicines you take.
Toxin-Removing Treatment first purifies your blood through urine, bowel movement and sweat glands. In a clean blood environment, Chinese medicines can restore injured kidney tissues and improve renal function gradually through dilating blood vessels, improving blood circulation, preventing inflammation and coagulation, degrading extracellular matrix and providing nutrients.
When your renal function is enhanced, complications including blurried vision, swelling, proteinuria and nausea can all be relieved. Besides, kidneys, diabetes and high blood pressure affect each other. Thus, if your kidney function gets better, your diabetes or high blood pressure will also get well controlled.