Muscle Cramping is a very common symptom of dialysis, if you happen to suffer from muscle cramping on dialysis, do not worry, you are not alone with this symptom. Let’s have a look together.
Why dialysis causes muscle cramping?
One is low blood pressure during dialysis. Dialysis is a life-extending procedure in which blood is filtered by exchanging fluid and electrolyte during each three-four session. During the process of dialysis, patients are at high risk to develop into low blood pressure. And low blood pressure increases the risk of blood clotting at the point in which the patients’ blood vessels are connected to the dialysis machine.
Another one is electrolyte disturbance. The health kidneys are responsible to filter the wastes products and balance the electrolyte level. Once the kidneys are attacked by various kidney diseases, the kidneys failed to regulate the electrolyte level. The muscle tissues needs certain chemicals to be controlled. The disorder of chemicals makes the tissues twisting.
How to alleviate muscle cramping on dialysis?
If you want to get rid of muscle cramping fundamentally, you have to keep away from dialysis. The root method of keeping from dialysis is to improve the kidney function. The natural treatment in our hospital can be seen as a good approach to improve kidney function. “Four plus seven”treatment is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine. And it has been proved to be effective in clinically to treat kidney disease fundamentally. In addition, the renal experts in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital will make a treating schedule according to patients’ illness condition as well as the application of this treatment. If you want to know more details about the treatment and treating schedule, you are welcomed to talk it with our online doctor directly.
This natural treatment works to speed up the blood circulation, extend blood vessels, supply enough blood and oxygen to the kidneys, thus improving kidney function fundamentally.
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