Kidney disease indeed can cause tiredness. However, tiredness is so common that patients always ignore it, especially for those who are busy with work. The most of kidney disease will have this symptoms. I will share with you the causes and treatment for tiredness in kidney disease.
Anemia is the most commonly seen cause of tiredness or fatigue, even for healthy people. As for patients with kidneys disease, their kidneys cannot secrete enough erythropoietin (EPO), leading to a decline of red blood cells. As a result, the body cannot be provided with sufficient oxygen that transported by red blood cells, so people feel tired.
Malnutrition is caused by poor appetite, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea, and all these digestive problems are caused by toxic deposition in the body. Damaged kidneys cannot discharge those harmful substances, so the stomach fails to absorb enough nutritions for the body. Then, you know why you tiredness.
3. Protein leakage
Proteinuria is another common symptoms among kidney disease patients. Due to large amounts of protein leakage, tiredness occurs.
4. Long-term chronic blood loss
Excessive toxins cause an elevation of gastrointestinal vascular permeability, which will lead to bleeding inside the tract. That’s also one of the reasons of tiredness.
Treatment should be based on the real causes. Your doctor may give you some suggestions. In fact, no matter what the specific cause is, renal damage is the culprit. You can see from the above statement. In other words, as long as your kidney function can be improves, all that symptoms can disappear. Then how to achieve that goal?
Here I recommend you Traditional Chinese Medicines (TCM). Normally, you may take them orally. Yet, this traditional way takes a relatively long time to work and may stimulate your stomach. Today, a new treatment based on TCM has been innovated, and it is called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. This therapy is taken externally and treat kidney disease by repairing renal intrinsic cells. That’s why I say it has a fundamental curative effect.
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