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Understanding High Creatine Levels

When our muscles metabolize creatine (a molecule involved in energy production in the body), a waste product is produced in the body known as creatinine. Our kidneys filter out that creatinine from the blood, along with other waste products. Everyone has creatinine in their blood. If there are unusually high creatinine levels in the body, then it indicates an underlying kidney disease. You have really effective ayurvedic treatments for high creatinine levels that address the issue comprehensively.

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Causes of High Creatinine Levels

Some of the most common causes of a high creatinine value can be:

  • Kidney Disorders: There are disorders such as chronic kidney disease where an impairment in our kidneys’ abilities to filter out wastes, including creatinine, causes the creatinine levels to shoot up. In addition to this, diabetes, kidney stones, infections, kidney obstructions, and glomerulonephritis also affect the overall functioning of the kidneys. This can result in a high creatinine level.
  • Muscle injuries: Injuries, especially those caused by intense exercises or due to conditions like rhabdomyolysis, can cause a spike in the creatinine levels in the body. Rapid muscle wear and tear results in a higher amount of creatinine being released in the body, thus resulting in a higher creatinine level.
  • High-protein diet: A high-protein diet means your body will produce a higher amount of creatinine while it metabolizes protein. That is why a high-protein diet is not recommended for kidney patients. Avoid red meat, fish, and any food that is pretty high- in protein.
  • Medication: There are medicines such as cimetidine, cephalosporins, etc. that increase the creatinine values by causing our bodies to retain more creatinine than usual.

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Symptoms of High Creatinine Levels

Some of the most common symptoms of high creatinine in the body are:

  • Mental confusion
  • High blood pressure
  • Weakness
  • Muscle cramps
  • Chest pain
  • Dehydration
  • Changes in the frequency of urination
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Shortness of breath
  • Oedema

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Ayurvedic Treatment for High Creatinine Levels

Ayurveda, the ancient Indian health science, has herbal solutions to almost all diseases. In fact, creatinine treatment in Ayurveda includes ayurvedic medicines, diet plans, and yoga exercises to keep a tab on your creatinine levels. Some of the best ayurvedic medicines for reducing creatinine levels are:

  • Chamomile Tea: The presence of antioxidants in this tea enhances the immunity of our bodies. In addition to this, this tea also helps flush out toxins from the body.
  • Green Tea: Green tea has anti-oxidative and anti-inflammatory properties that improve the overall immunity of the body. It has shown good results in keeping a check on high creatinine levels in the body as well.
  • Varuna: Its diuretic properties increase the urine output in the body. This allows our kidneys to flush out extra creatinine from the body, thus maintaining healthy creatinine levels in the body.
  • Mutrakrichantak Churna: This churna helps in lowering down the creatinine levels in the body and controls the inflammation in the kidneys as well. This churna has shown great results in keeping UTIs at bay as well. It is always a good idea to consult your doctor before consuming any herb, be it allopathic or herbal.

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Creatinine treatment in Ayurveda emphasizes a lot on making dietary changes to control the high creatinine values in the body. Some of the diet practices that would actually help you lower your creatinine values are:

  • Don’t take supplements containing creatine. Creatine-based oral supplements are used by athletes to boost their performance. However, creatine gets metabolized in the body, resulting in the production of creatinine. This boosts the creatinine levels in the body.
  • Research shows that eating a higher amount of protein can increase creatinine. If your diet is rich in meat, red meat, fish, or animal-based protein, try to cut down on your protein intake. You can replace meat with tofu, cheese, etc.
  • Though it has not been scientifically established, one study showed significant reductions in creatinine levels in people with CKD who had a high-fiber diet. Include more fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, etc. in your diet.
  • Staying well-hydrated is the absolute key to a healthy creatinine level. Dehydration temporarily spikes your creatinine levels. Drink at least 8–10 glasses of water each day. Keeping yourself well-hydrated also boosts the overall functioning of your kidneys.
  • Processed foods have excessive salt and phosphorous, which can contribute to high blood pressure. High blood pressure negatively impacts the functioning of your kidneys, which can contribute to high creatinine levels.
  • Over-the-counter painkillers like non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) may be harmful if you take them way too often. If you are a kidney patient, please consult with your healthcare provider on the appropriate dosage of NSAIDs for you.
  • Smoking enhances your chances of getting chronic kidney disease. Additionally, smoking has a negative impact on your immune system.
  • Excessive alcohol consumption can potentially cause irreparable damage to your kidneys. It can also contribute to conditions like high blood pressure and alcohol dependency.
  • In addition to the dietary changes, it is essential that you maintain a healthy weight. Exercise regularly and avoid stress, too. Mild jogging, fast walking, light swimming, etc. should be a part of your daily routine. You can also opt for strength training, though; consult your healthcare provider beforehand.

A high creatinine value can have a negative impact on the functioning of your kidneys and can lead to severe consequences. Try to maintain a healthy creatinine level by adopting good lifestyle habits, eating healthy, and, above all, staying stress-free.

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