How to Treat Fatigue in Patients with CKD
For patients with CKD, they are usually confused by fatigue. Then how does it occur and how to treat it effectively? Read on and you can find a satisfied answer.
What is the cause of fatigue?
Healthy kidneys in our body are endowed with the function of producing a hormone known as erythropoietin(EPO). However, for those with chronic kidney disease, their kidneys fail to function normally. As a result, the production of red blood cells will be decreased. So patients with this disorder are more likely to feel fatigue or tired. And it is generally believed that renal anemia is the main cause of fatigue.
How to handle chronic fatigue with CKD?
In serious condition, fatigue can affect patient’s life remarkably. Therefore, seeking for effective treatment is very important.
As mentioned above, the occurrence of fatigue has close connection with shortage of red blood cells, therefore, protecting the damaged kidneys and repairing kidney function are of great importance. And experts at our Kidney Disease Hospital recommend patients with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.
By dilating blood vessels, anti-inflammation and provide active substances for the damage kidneys, symptoms including fatigue can be relived largely. In addition, it is convenient, comfortable and without side effects. If you are interested in this, please send us your medical report:email@example.com and we will reply you within 48 hours.
In addition, patients can take some medications that are abundant in iron. In this way, anemia will be relieved to some extent. For professional advices, you can consul with our online doctor directly.
Staying active is also helpful in keeping healthy. Due to this, patients can take some aerobic exercises, such as walking, jogging, etc.
If you happen to be a person troubled by fatigue and CKD, we are always here to help. Any questions, please leave us message below. Best wishes!
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