Hepatic ascites is a complication caused by liver cirrhosis. Patients with liver cirrhosis will have ascites in the late stage, which can cause abdominal enlargement, nausea and vomiting, liver pain and other symptoms. If the condition is not controlled in time, it will endanger the life and health of the patient. Therefore, patients should actively cooperate with doctors to improve their quality of life, prevent the deterioration of their condition, and achieve the goal of maximizing life. The treatment of liver cirrhosis is a “big project” that requires time accumulation. If you blindly rely on the treatment of taking medicine or drawing fluids in the hospital, your condition will not get better quickly. In addition to cooperating with doctors for active treatment, what other preparations do patients need to make to cooperate in daily life? How is liver ascites treated? 1, life treatment patients with liver cirrhosis and ascites should stay in bed as much as possible, which can reduce the burden on the liver, can make the lymphatic spaces in the body reabsorb the ascites in the body, promote the regression of liver ascites, and protect the liver. When patients with liver ascites are also accompanied by hypoproteinemia, vitamins and protein should be supplemented reasonably. When kidney failure occurs, control the intake of protein, focus on carbohydrates, and avoid foods that are difficult to digest. 2, actively treat the primary disease find out the primary disease that causes liver ascites in time and treat it symptomatically. Hepatic ascites caused by tumors should be treated in different ways according to the type of tumor; ascites caused by infection should be treated with anti-infective treatment; ascites caused by tuberculosis should be treated with anti-tuberculosis; ascites caused by inflammation should be treated with anti-tuberculosis treatment. Inflammation treatment; liver cirrhosis causes liver cirrhosis to be treated for soft liver. 3. Treatment of liver ascites through the combination of Chinese and Western medicine Liver ascites is a chronic disease, and the effect of Chinese medicine treatment is relatively slow. If the condition is not very serious, you can directly choose Chinese medicine treatment. Chinese medicine will dialectically treat the liver through liver protection and dehumidification. If the ascites is severe, you can first use western medicine to relieve the patient’s symptoms through drugs or surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy, and at the same time cooperate with Chinese medicine to improve the patient’s liver cirrhosis problem and improve the patient’s immunity.
The idea that long-term hypertension can cause stroke is already deeply rooted in the hearts of the people, but as everyone knows, people with prehypertension cannot be taken lightly either. A study showed that even pre-hypertension can increase people’s risk of stroke. A total of 19 related studies were selected for this study, and the data of 760,000 participants were followed up for 36 years. The results showed that compared with people with normal blood pressure, people with prehypertension (blood pressure higher than the ideal value but not reaching the diagnostic criteria for hypertension) are 66% more likely to develop a stroke. Clinically, we found that the concept of prehypertension has not attracted everyone’s attention. Pre-hypertension (ie high normal blood pressure), refers to the systolic blood pressure of 120-139 mmHg and/or the diastolic blood pressure of 80-89 mmHg, which is the transitional stage from ideal blood pressure to confirmed hypertension, which may last for several years It will take more than ten years. Through careful observation, we found that the factors that lead to prehypertension are also the pathogenic factors that lead to stroke. Such as obesity, low activity, high salt diet, dyslipidemia, etc. The increase of lipids in the blood of obese people leads to atherosclerosis and weakens the elasticity of blood vessels, which in turn becomes hypertension, leading to cerebral infarction and cerebral hemorrhage. Excessive salt, too much salt in the daily diet will increase the risk of stroke and cardiovascular disease.  . . . . . It was found that people who consume too much salt can reduce their risk of stroke by 23% and cardiovascular disease by 17% if they eat less of 5 grams of salt a day. Hyperlipidemia, one-third of stroke patients are caused by hyperlipidemia. Among these patients, only half of them insist on taking lipid-lowering drugs, and the other half do not control their blood lipids due to various reasons, leading to repeated strokes attack. Therefore, it is recommended that people in the pre-hypertensive phase should reduce their blood pressure by reducing their weight, participating in more physical activity, and reducing sodium intake. Generally speaking, for mild obesity, it is not necessary to over-control the intake of three meals a day, but to avoid additional intake of food, such as snacks, sweets and sugary drinks, etc., and pay attention to appropriate participation in sports. Those who eat a lot can start by reducing 150 to 250 grams of staple food daily. Eat more fresh fruits, vegetables and soy products, and less animal offal.