Creatinine is a waste product produced by our muscles when they contract or undergo any activity. Normally, our kidneys filter out creatinine from the blood and remove this chemical via urine. One must note that a certain amount of creatinine is produced in everyone. However, if our kidneys’ ability to filter out creatinine is hampered due to internal or external factors, then it can lead to severe consequences in the future.

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Normal Range of Creatinine Levels

For a healthy individual, creatinine levels remain within a specific range in normal cases. The normal range is about 0.6 to 1.3 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) for men and 0.5 to 1.1 mg/dL for women. One thing to note, however, is that these ranges could vary according to different labs. However, if you see a major deviation from the standard range, then it’s better that you consult a nephrologist.

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Is 1.7 Creatinine Level Dangerous

Since the normal range of creatinine in adults is somewhere around 0.6 to 1.3 milligrams per deciliter, a 1.7 creatinine level certainly borders on being dangerous. However, you need not fret, as you always have ways to reduce the creatinine levels naturally. In fact, ayurveda has ayurvedic medicines, diet plans and yoga exercises to keep a tab on your creatinine levels. Some of the best ayurvedic medicines for lowering creatinine levels are:

  • Chamomile Tea: It is a pretty effective ayurvedic medicine for lowering creatinine levels. The presence of antioxidants in this tea improves the overall immunity of our body. In addition to this, this tea also helps in in flushing out toxins from the body. Add 2-3 teaspoons of chamomile to a cup of hot water and just let it cool down and drink.
  • Green Tea: Green Tea packs a punch when it comes to providing health benefits to our bodies. The presence of anti-oxidative and anti-inflammatory properties in green tea plays a vital role in strengthening the overall immunity of the body. In addition to this, green tea has shown good results in keeping a check on high creatinine levels in the body as well.
  • Mutrakrichantak Churna: This churna also helps in lowering down the creatinine levels in the body. It has also shown pretty good results in bringing down inflammation in the kidneys. This churna is pretty effective in removing kidney stones and treating urinary tract infections as well.

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Apart from the ayurvedic medicines discussed above, there are lifestyle modifications that also help you in managing your creatinine levels in the body. Some of them are:

  1. Consume lesser protein: Protein, in the form of amino acids, plays the role of the building blocks of our cells. However, an excessive protein intake means your kidneys have to work extra hard to filter out protein from the blood. In addition to this, creatinine is produced when protein is metabolized in the body. That is why, it is vital that you avoid red meat, fish and any food that is extremely high-on protein.
  2. Stay away from alcohol and tobacco: Excessive alcohol consumption and smoking amp up the blood pressure and it also plays a role in damaging blood vessels in the kidneys.
  3. Exercise: If you want a healthy blood circulation in the body, try to engage yourself in an exercise routine. Exercising also helps in eliminating waste products through sweating. Mild exercises such as jogging, walking, speed walking etc. are particularly helpful in maintaining good cardiovascular health. However, don’t engage in heavy exercises if you are already a kidney patient as it will put a lot of strain on your kidneys. Consult your doctor before starting any exercise.
  4. Manage Stress Levels: Stress negatively affects the overall immunity system of your body. Pranayama, deep breathing, meditation etc. are pretty good to keep a check on your stress levels. Pick a time period in the morning and do your breathing exercises daily.
  5. Get Quality Sleep: Our body undergoes the process of repair while we are sleeping.  A minimum of 7-8 hours of quality sleep each night is vital for a healthy body and mind.
  6. Eat fruits with a high-on water content: Fruits like melons, watermelons etc. have plenty of water and they are some of the best fruits for kidney patients. These fruits aid in a smooth flushing out of the toxins from the body.
  7. Parsley juice: Parsley juice is diuretic in nature and a regular consumption encourages a higher frequency and amount of urination in your body. This impacts your kidneys’ health in a positive way.
  8. Make C your friend: Vitamin C’s antioxidative properties reduce the oxidative stress in the body. Fruits such as strawberries, citrus fruits, broccoli, black currants etc. promote healthy kidneys. In addition to this, vitamin C boosts the immunity of our body.

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A creatinine value of 1.7 is definitely a thing to avoid. Such a high creatinine value can actually negatively impact your kidneys’ health and can lead to severe consequences. Take precautionary measures so that you avoid getting such a high value in your kidney tests the next time around.

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Disclaimer: This information is intended for knowledge purposes only and should not be taken as a substitute for professional medical advice. Consult your doctor before making any diet or routine changes. For further advice, call our helpline: +91-9821929797 or visit www.karmaayurvedahospital.com.


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