Exhaustion or fatigue or muscle weakness is not rare among kidney disease patients, especially when they are in the advanced stages of renal disease. What are the causes of exhaustion? How can you improve that condition?
Fatigue that lasts longer than 2 weeks usually requires a visit to a doctor. This type of fatigue may be caused by a more serious health problem, such as:
● Anemia: A decrease in the amount of oxygen-carrying substance (hemoglobin) found in red blood cells is called anemia. Damaged kidney disease cannot produce enough erythropoietin that is very important for the generation of red blood cells. Now, you must know why exhaustion occur.
● Abnormal level of potassium: With damage of your kidneys, they fail to maintain the electrolyte balance. When potassium level concentrates in the blood builds up to toxic levels, it is very likely to cause muscle weakness. According to the survey, about 90% patients who are in End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) are suffering from exhaustion.
● Metabolic disorders: For example, in diabetes, sugar (glucose) remains in the blood rather than entering the body’s cells to be used for energy. Lack of energy supply, you feel exhausted.
Besides, people with heart failure or thyroid gland also have a high risk of exhaustion.
How to manage exhaustion due to kidney disease?
Based the above analysis, the cause in the end comes down to renal damage. Therefore, to improve the kidney function should be the key. It seems like it’s a little difficult repair the damaged renal intrinsic cells, while with the usage of Traditional Chinese Medicines, we can achieve that goal. One thing you should note that the new way of using Traditional Chinese Medicines is osmosis instead of decoction. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is thus created. This therapy is performed externally and the effective ingredients will work on the kidneys directly by improving blood circulation so as repair renal intrinsic cells. This way can help you protect the remaining nephrons as well as improve renal function.
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