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    How Much Water Is Required for Removal of Creatinine

    How Much Water Is Required for Removal of CreatinineHigh Creatinine Levels can be caused by various factors. Some patients’ heard that drinking much water can help lower its abnormal level. Indeed, as the best clearer of our body, water can help lower elevated creatinine level. Well then, how much water is required to removal of creatinine?

    High creatinine level without kidney disease

    Creatinine is the metabolic product of muscle activities. Usually, males have a little high creatinine level than females because males have more muscle tissues and strong muscles. Therefore, doing strenuous exercises regularly will increase its level. To lowering it, it is important to reduce high creatinine level. In addition, drinking much water can help discharge extra wastes and toxins by increasing urine output. As a general rule, you should drink six to eight (250ml) glasses of water each day.

    High creatinine level related to kidney disease

    Creatinine is an indicator to reflect renal function. Under normal circumstances, your kidneys should be able to filter and pass this substance out of your body. However, creatinine level will increase when kidneys aren’t functioning effectively. Some kidney disease patients are prone to suffer from high creatinine level, especially when patients lose about 50% of renal function. In the condition, water can help lower high creatinine level to some extent, but it is a pity that water intake cannot lower high creatinine level from the root. In the condition, drinking a lot of water may increase the workload of kidneys so as to speed up kidney damage. Besides, it may worsen edema and raise high blood pressure. Therefore, do not drink excess water. How much water you can drink depends on your medical condition.

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