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Does Kidney Disease Cause Irritability

2014-06-07 03:28

Does Kidney Disease Cause IrritabilityKidney is one of the most important “cleaner” of our body. If it is damaged, many wastes and toxins will accumulate inside the body, causing many problems. Meanwhile, many other systems or organs may be affected. Irritability is a complication that refers to your nervous system has been hurt. How does kidney disease cause irritability and what are the treatments. Let me tell you item by item.

How does kidney disease cause irritability?

1. As I what I said in the first paragraph, irritability is a nervous issue. When your kidneys are damaged, the glomerular filtration rate (GFR) is reduced. As a result, excessive wastes and toxins cannot be excreted out of the body. Those toxic substances are carried to all of the body with blood circulation, resulting in many other organs are influenced. For example, if the digestive system is damaged, symptoms like poor appetite, vomiting, nauseas, diarrhea or dehydration may occur. Once the nervous system is affected, dizziness, headache, bad memory and so on may occur. Moreover, when illness condition becomes worse, you may experience muscle cramps and mood changes like irritability and anxiety.

2. Despite the decreased kidney function, medicines and psychological conditions, such as stress, anxiety and depression can make you irritable as well.

What are the treatments of irritability?

Irritability is not so serious, so you do not need to worry about that. However, timely and reasonable treatment is necessary if you want to live a high-quality life.

Firstly, keep an optimistic and confidential attitude. No matter what you are suffering from, you should have the confidence that everything will be OK.

Secondly, do not take medicines blindly. You should talk with your doctor to find out the real cause of irritability and choose the reasonable treatment. Certainly, improving the kidney function can solve this problem from the root. You may as well try some Traditional Chinese Medicines (TCM) or some natural therapies, such as Hot Compress Therapy or Acupuncture.

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