Question: Lately, I am diagnosed with kidney failure, and now I have the muscle paralysis occasionally. My muscle paralysis brings great inconvenience to my private life, so I feel confused and would like to ask you the question of "can muscle paralysis and kidney failure occur at the same time". And is there a good method to treat muscle paralysis?
Answer: For your question, I would give you a detailed explanation. For the first question, the answer is "maybe". As is known to all, kidneys have the function of regulating electrolyte and keeping it in balance. However, due to kidney failure, kidneys cannot maintain electrolyte balance. Imbalance of electrolytes in the body can lead to many bad effects for patients. For instance, potassium disorder is very common in Kidney Failure, and a low potassium concentration in the blood can induce muscle paralysis easily. However, you should know not all paralysis are induced by Kidney Failure. Paralysis is also often caused by damage in the nervous system, especially the spinal cord. Stroke, trauma with nerve injure, multiple sclerosis and so on may be other causes.
Muscle paralysis may accompany kidney failure. In this case, you’d better have a timely and effective treatment. Apart from diet therapy, the Chinese medicine therapy is recommended to you.
Hot Compress Therapy has a good effect on kidney failure. It makes full use of effective ingredients of Chinese medicines to help kidney prevent inflammation, expand blood vessels, promote blood circulation and repair kidney damage, thus achieving the goal of recovering kidney function. What’s more, these medicines are application instead of orally taken. Through this therapy, kidney can make electrolyte in balance, and muscle paralysis also can be alleviated gradually.
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