Kidney Failure Symptoms

Hypoglycemia or low blood sugar level associated with Kidney Failure is more common than generally thought. Its occurrence is often a marker of multiple systems failure. Its causes are complex and often involves one or several mechanisms. T

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Hypoglycemia and Kidney Failure

2014-07-31 02:33

Hypoglycemia and Kidney FailureHypoglycemia or low blood sugar level associated with Kidney Failure is more common than generally thought. Its occurrence is often a marker of multiple systems failure. Its causes are complex and often involves one or several mechanisms. This article is about the relationship between hypoglycemia and Kidney Failure.

Causes of hypoglycemia in Kidney Failure

1. Medicines

Diabetes is one of the high risk of Kidney Failure. If someone has a history of diabetes, they always have to take some medicines to control the blood sugar level. Long term use of those medicines, especially insulin, which is used to lower blood sugar level will lead to hypoglycemia.

2. Poor appetite

As you know, kidney disease is not a independent problem, which means that this disease will affect other systems and organs. Gastrointestinal tract is easy to be damaged when wastes and toxins invade. That’s why many people with kidney disease have poor appetite, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. As a result, they cannot get enough nutrition and calories for the body. Then, less sources for generation of sugar causes hypoglycemia. This is the most common cause of low blood sugar level in Kidney Failure.

Symptoms of hypoglycemia in Kidney Failure

- Headache

- Tiredness

- Weakness

- Sweating

- Feeling shaky

- Feeling hungry

- Feeling anxious or nervous

- Feeling cranky

- Confusion

- Blurry or double vision

- Rapid or pounding heartbeat

Some people with low blood sugar may not always experience these symptoms. If the sugar level falls too low, a person can sometimes faint, have a seizure or go into a coma.

Prevention of hypoglycemia in Kidney Failure

There are some ways that can help you to prevent or improve hypoglycemia. Design a balanced diet plan and taking medicines under your doctor’s guidance. In addition, take a regular test for the blood sugar level is very necessary.

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