Recently, more and more patients have complained that they are always suffering from muscle cramping during dialysis. In response to this, the renal experts from Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital will explain it in details.
Firstly, patients have to know that what causes muscle cramping during dialysis. Only by this way can muscle cramping be prevented fundamentally.
Muscle cramping may occur when patients experience low blood pressure. In some cases, muscle cramping even occurs even without a fall in blood pressure. In addition to, when your weight being low in your dry wight also contributes to muscle cramping during dialysis. What is more, when too much fluid is removed out of body, patients are often run high risk to develop kidney disorder and muscle cramping. Patients with muscle cramping may experience severe pains in legs, feet and arms.
Patients have to try their best to avoid muscle cramping during dialysis.
To avoid muscle cramping, you should be sure to stick to your fluid and sodium restrictions every day. Maintaining a balance between your dry weight and fluid gains as well as avoiding foods that make you thirsty are the proper measures to fight again muscle cramping. In addition to, doing some program some gentle stretching and exercises is also helpful to relive some muscle cramping during dialysis. If you want to know more details about this, please contact our online doctor directly or add WhatsApp/Viber/Wechat+8618203203537. The most fundamental way for patients avoiding muscle cramping is try to avoid dialysis. In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, a natural treatment called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is provided for patients to have less dialysis or even stop dialysis. This is a therapy used with numerous herbal medicines and then they are refined into powder. The effective substances in herbal medicines can come out and then penetrate inside kidney lesions directly. By dilating blood vessels and promoting blood circulation, the kidney function can be recovered by delivering sufficient blood and oxygen to the kidneys. If you are interested in this therapy, please send your present condition and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below. We will try our best to help you.
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