Why Do CKD Patients Always Feel Tired

Why Do CKD Patients Always Feel TiredCKD is a progressive kidney disease, with the development of illness condition, patients may always feel tired. So, why do they always feel tired?

In CKD, the occurring of tiredness has close relationship with anemia. Then, why do patients present anemia? In normal case, kidneys can secrete EPO, which can stimulate bone narrow to produce red blood cells. When kidneys are injured for some reason, the secretion of EPO will be decreased, so, patients will present anemia due to the shortage of red blood cells. That is why CKD patients always feel tired.

In addition, if patients are doing dialysis, the loss of nutrients during the treatment will also cause tiredness. However, due to the illness condition varies from person to person, so, the reason of tiredness may be different for everyone. If your friends or you happen to be troubled by tiredness with CKD, please send your test report to kidneyfight@hotmail.com, we can give you a clear answer according to your own condition.

Then, how to relieve the sign effectively? In Peking Tung Shin Tang Chinese Medical Hospital, Blood Purification is an effective way that not only can discharge micro-molecule toxin, but also middle-molecule toxin or even macro-molecule toxin can be removed from the body. Once toxin is discharged out of the body, renal damage can be relieved, in this way, patients may not experience tiredness. Due to the method is only found in our hospital, so, if you want to receive such a treatment, you need to come to China.

In addition, patients should supply some essential nutrients for the injured kidneys due to the diet for CKD is very strict. They should take some high-quality protein, such as, lean meat, milk, egg white, fish and so on.

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