High blood urea and itching skin are really bothersome for patients with Chronic Kidney Disease. Chronic Kidney Disease is divided into 5 stages, in the early stage of kidney disease, some symptoms may not appear, some symptoms presence in the advanced stage of kidney disease. This article mainly introduces you how to deal with high blood urea and itching skin in CKD ?
High blood urea nitrogen in CKD
The kidneys are responsible to filter the wastes products and extra fluid, the toxic substances being deposited in the kidneys, the toxic substances and extra fluid will deposited in the kidneys, due to the damaged kidneys, causing high blood urea nitrogen. And high blood urea nitrogen also causes many manifestations, such poor appetite, nausea and vomiting, ammonia taste in mouth as well.
Skin itching in CKD
The toxins and extra fluid accumulated in the kidneys will get into all systems in the body, including skin system. The toxic substances will stimulate the body tissues under the skin, causing itching skin.
If patients suffer from swelling for longer term, they are more likely to experience skin itching.
How to deal with high blood urea and itching skin in CKD?
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Firstly, limit the protein intake, since blood urea nitrogen is a by produce of protein, in order to reduce the workload of the kidneys, it is necessary to limit the protein intake in patients’ diet.
Secondly, dialysis is a procedure which clears out the toxic substances by filtering blood, so as to alleviate some poisoning symptoms.
Thirdly, the natural treatments in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital mainly focus on the improvement of kidney function. Because as long as the kidneys can work as normal, the wastes and toxic substances, including blood urea will be eliminated out of body along with urine. The high blood urea and skin itching can be relived naturally and gradually.
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