Muscle Cramps in End Stage Renal Disease after Dialysis2014-03-28 06:40
When End Stage Renal Disease develops,dialysis is desperately needed.When dialysis is applied day by day,muscle cramps is possiblely to be caused.How does muscle cramps in End Stage Renal Disease after dialysis?Follow our descriptions and find the answers.
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How does muscle cramps occur in End Stage Renal Disease after Dialysis
End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) points to losing renal functions increasingly and gradually.With healthy kidney,metabolic wastes and toxins will be excreted out of the body in the form of urine.However for ESRD patients,those useless substances will deposit in our body thus leading to different complications.Muscle cramps appear as time passes by.The reasons are as follows:
1.When too much wastes build up in our body,blood circulation around muscle areas is not very well.This is one of first reason for muscle cramps.
2.Kidney has function of producing activated vitamin D.With activated vitamin D,calcium can be formed very well.But it is more difficult for ESRD patients.Plus when muscle contracts,calcium plays an important role.Therefore it is not difficult for us to understand muscle cramps.
What should we do for muscle cramps in ESRD after dialysis?
According to the above descriptions,in order to treat muscle cramps in ESRD after dialysis,we need to focus on treating ESRD.Is there any other treatments for muscle cramps in ESRD after dialysis?
Mircro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherpy is based on Chinese medicines and Chinese medicines can be processed.The activated Chinese medicines in Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy repairs renal damage and recovers renal functions thus reliving muscle cramps in ESRD after dialysis.When kidney functions come back,dialysis can be avoid and calcium are also enough.
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