Is Poor Appetite a Normal Symptom in Stage 4 CKD
Many renal disease patients have a poor appetite, so, is poor appetite a normal sign in stage 4 CKD(chronic kidney disease)?
Why do patients present poor appetite?
Nausea and vomiting. In this disease, due to the decline of renal function, massive toxin that is supposed to be discharged out of the body will accumulate within kidneys. If there is too much toxin in body, intestinal tract will be stimulated, in this case, patients will present nausea and vomiting.
Depressed mood. Due to these intractable symptoms, such as, itchy skin, lower back pain, edema, proteinuria, most stage 4 CKD patients have huge psychological burden. And long-term depressed emotion can lead to poor appetite, especially for patients who have a negative mindset.
Then, how to relieve poor appetite?
Discharge toxins. In Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital, there are some effective methods that can eliminate toxin, such as, blood purification, stem cell therapy. Due to the clinical effects are enormous, by now, many foreigners are coming to China for these treatment. If you have interest learning more details of these methods, send to: email@example.com, we will reply you as soon as possible.
Improve renal function. Since the underlying cause of stage 4 CKD is the decreased kidney function, so, in order to relieve poor appetite, the primary measure is to enhance renal function. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is the best way in our hospital. It is based on Chinese medicine and used externally, but it is different from traditional Chinese medicine.
By improving blood circulation of the whole body, restoring original qi, changing the condition of kidneys ischemia and hypoxia, kidneys can work as normal. Once patients have a healthy kidney, toxin can be removed from the root. In this case, poor appetite can be relieved.
After the above introduction, if you still have doubts about whether poor appetite is a normal sign in stage 4 CKD, leave a message below, we are here to help you.
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