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Normal Creatinine Levels by Age

Creatinine, in simple words, is a waste product produced by our muscles when our muscles metabolize creatine. Creatine is deeply involved with the energy production in the body, so whenever your muscles are engaged in any activity, creatinine is produced. Creatinine is filtered by the kidneys. This is precisely the reason a regular monitoring of creatinine levels gives you an understanding of your overall kidney health.

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Normal Range of Creatinine Levels

It is to be noted that every individual produces creatinine in the body. The normal creatinine 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.

Normal Creatinine Levels by Age

Normal creatinine level in the blood is dependent on muscle mass, age and overall health. You should know that any changes in the creatinine levels can be an indicator of changes in the kidney functions. Listed below is the normal creatinine range for different age-groups:

  • 18 to 29 years: 78 to 161 mL/min/BSA
  • 30 to 39 years: 72 to 154 mL/min/BSA
  • 40 to 49 years: 67 to 146 mL/min/BSA
  • 50 to 59 years: 62 to 139 mL/min/BSA
  • 60 to 72 years: 56- to 131 mL/min/BSA

If we further simplify the values listed above, normal creatinine levels for kids range from 0.3 mg/dL to 0.7 mg/dL. The normal range for women is between 0.6 mg/dL and 1.1 mg/dL and with men the range is from 0.7 mg/dL to 1.3 mg/dL. One must note that a person with only one kidney has a normal creatinine level of somewhere around 1.8mg/dL.

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Now the question arises, how to really moderate your creatinine levels? It’s fairly simple. You just need to eat healthy, maintain a healthy weight and regularly consume the prescribed medicines. If you want an all-natural treatment for your creatinine issues, then ayurvedic treatment for kidney creatinine is your best bet. Ayurvedic treatment for kidney creatinine places a huge emphasis on the use of ayurvedic medicine for lowering creatinine level in the body. Some of the herbs such as chamomile tea, green tea, Siberian ginseng and mutrakrichantak churna have shown really encouraging results in controlling creatinine. However, you also need appropriate lifestyle modifications to sustainably control creatinine such as:

  1. Protein is vital for muscle-building and strength; however, an excessive consumption is not a wise choice for kidney patients. Avoid red meat, fish, chicken or any food with loads of protein in it. You can opt for tofu, cheese etc., however, this should be done after a consultation with the nephrologist.
  2. An excessive alcohol consumption and smoking is directly linked to a high blood pressure and various other ailments. Your kidneys also don’t particularly favor a high blood pressure.
  3. Stress encourages the secretion of cortisol, the stress hormone, which negatively impacts the overall immunity system of your body. You can opt for deep breathing exercises such as Pranayama to manage stress.
  4. Regular exercising helps our bodies in a lot of ways. First of all, it eliminates waste products through sweating. Secondly, engaging in any physical activity has a beneficial effect on the blood circulation in the body. However, if you are a kidney patient, then please avoid heavy exercises. Opt for jogging, fast walking or a trek on an easy trail.
  5. You have to secure a minimum of 7-8 hours of quality sleep each night. Your body undergoes the process of repair and maintenance in sleep.
  6. The antioxidative properties of vitamin C brings down the oxidative stress in the body. Fruits such as strawberries, citrus fruits, broccoli, black currants etc. are quite rich in vitamin C. These fruits also give a boost to your body’s immunity. Make these fruits a part of your diet.

Having creatinine in your blood is not an issue, an abnormal creatinine value surely is. The good news is that you can easily normalize your creatinine levels that too naturally. There are ayurvedic medicines for lowering creatinine level that don’t pose any risks w.r.t. side-effects as well. Your first job should be to avoid high creatinine though.

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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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