Why Dialysis Patient Sweating All Night and How to Avid It2015-07-14 17:18
Why dialysis patient sweating all night and how to avoid it ? Dialysis as one of the most common ways for treating kidney failure, it also will bring some side effects while relieving the symptoms. All those side-effects including sweating will affect the patient’s life quality greatly.
Why dialysis patient sweating all night ?
Dialysis is a replacement therapy for kidneys. Kidney has the function of keeping the balance of calcium and phosphorus but now it becomes imbalance. Therefore thyroid hormones are produced more and dialysis patients are sweating all night. It also indicates that dialysis prolongs life expectancy but fails to treat kidney disease from root factors. So as a kidney disease patient if you want to avoid those side effects of dialysis you can take some alternative treatment.
Are there any other therapies to replace dialysis ?
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy has remarkable effect in treating kidney disease. Chinese herbals are processed and are put into two small bags. The osmosis machine works on the processed Chinese medicines thus repairing kidney damage directly and recovering kidney functions. When kidney functions are brought back to normal, the balance of calcium and phosphorus are kept gradually thus reliving dialysis patient’s sweating in night.
The specific procedures for Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy:
Expand blood vessels
Degradation of extracellular matrix
By those procedures the damaged kidneys can be repaired and the residual ones can be protected from further damage, with the help of it, all those symptoms of kidney disease will be relieved or disappeared gradually. So, this kind of therapy can be good alternative of dialysis.
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