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Hot Flashes in PKD: How to Deal with It

2017-01-04 16:37

Hot flashes is often caused by the changing hormone levels that are characteristic of menopause, some of the PKD patient also will experience it. Then, how to deal with the hot flashes in PKD?

How to deal with the hot flashes in PKD?

Firstly, we need to find out the reason causing the hot flashes. If we can rule out the decline in estrogen level and vasomotor dysfunction, then we should consider whether your kidney function has already been impaired. You need to go and do related checkup. Remember that males are also likely to experience hot flashes.

There are some certain foods also will cause hot flashes, such as coffee, tea, sugars, fried foods, potato chips, peanuts, pastries, candies and concentrated sugars, so as a PKD patient you also should avoid to eat it.

Black cohosh is another alternative herbal treatment. It alone or with other botanical therapies can be used to relieve hot flashes or other vasomotor symptoms associated with menopause.

All those above measures are helpful for relieving hot flashes in PKD, but they cannot solve this problem from its root cause. Here i recommend Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to you, with the help of this treatment, those symptoms such as Hot Flashes in PKD can be relieved totally.

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