Insomnia is a common in people with kidney failure on dialysis. insomnia affects patients’ life quality seriously, it can not work and have a happy life as normal people. Patients are wondering how to deal with insomnia on kidney failure on dialysis.
Is insomnia a side effect of kidney failure?
Once patients are diagnosed with kidney failure, they may lose hope to maintain life, and they become overload stress and they can not sleep well at night.
Polycystic Kidney Disease is the leading causes of kidney failure, and main feature of it is the formation of kidney cysts in the kidneys. It causes many symptoms, such as low back pain, abdomen pain, which leads patients to have poor sleep.
For patients with kidney failure, they often have frequent urination due to the accumulation of toxic substances in the body. This also contributes to the insomnia in people with kidney failure on dialysis.
Is Insomnia a Side Effect of Dialysis
Insomnia is a common among people who are on dialysis. For patients with dialysis, they are more likely to suffer from muscle cramping on legs, then patients should seek for a treatment to alleviate muscle cramping. Insomnia can significantly affect your ability to remain alert and focused during the day and may contribute to the emergence of additional side effects, such as headache and depression.
How to deal with insomnia with kidney failure on dialysis?
Alleviating insomnia should aim at improving kidney function, as long as patients improve kidney function, patients have less dialysis or even stop dialysis. If you want to know more details about the natural treatments, you can send email to email@example.com or leave a message below.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital takes effects to promote blood circulation, extend blood vessels, relive hypoxia and ischemia, supply sufficient blood and oxygen to the kidneys, have less dialysis or even stop dialysis, thus alleviating insomnia fundamentally.
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