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Effects of hypertension on kidneys polyuria

High blood pressure (hypertension) can quietly damage your body for years before symptoms develop. If the high blood level can’t be well-controlled, many risks may attack you. Here I would like to explain the effects of hypertension on kidneys polyuria.
As we all know, hypertension will increase the burden of your kidneys. Seriously hypertension will damage our kidneys.
Your kidneys filter excess fluid and waste from your blood — a process that depends on healthy blood vessels. High blood pressure can injure both the blood vessels in and leading to your kidneys, causing several types of kidney disease. Having diabetes in addition to high blood pressure can worsen the damage.
1. High blood pressure is one of the most common causes of kidney failure. That's because it can damage both the large arteries leading to your kidneys and the tiny blood vessels (glomeruli) within the kidneys. Damage to either makes it so your kidneys can't effectively filter waste from your blood. As a result, dangerous levels of fluid and waste can accumulate. You might ultimately require dialysis or kidney transplantation.
2. High blood pressure is one of the most common causes of Glomerulosclerosis. Glomerulosclerosis is a type of kidney damage caused by scarring of the glomeruli. The glomeruli are tiny clusters of blood vessels within your kidneys that filter fluid and waste from your blood. Glomerulosclerosis can leave your kidneys unable to filter waste effectively, leading to kidney failure.
Effects of hypertension on kidneys polyuria is greatly. Fortunately, with treatment and lifestyle changes, you can control your high blood pressure to reduce your risk of life-threatening complications.

With the development of the medical science, more and more new medicine can help us control the high blood pressure. For patients who have kidneys polyuria by hypertension, new break through in 2012 is Immunotherapy. It has good effects in treating kidney disease from clinic data. You can get more information about Immunotherapy from experts on line.

Kidney disease effect thyroid

Do you know how the kidney disease effect thyroid? This article will give you answers. On the one hand, the thyroid function will change when you have Nephrotic syndrome. On the other hand, chronic kidney disease in the end stage will effect the thyroid.
1. Thyroid function will change when you have Nephrotic syndrome.
Patients in Nephrotic syndrome with the symptoms of Albuminuria and increasing of urine thyroid combining with protein binding globulin, iodine and T4 discharge. It leads to decline of serum protein combined with iodine, serum thyroxine and thyroid combined with globulin. Thyroid perturbation iodine 131is at the high level, Thyroid perturbation iodine is also at the high level. Nephrotic syndrome patients have the pale face, syImmunotherapyic edema, chills fatigue, hoarse voice, elevating blood fat, basal metabolic rate decreasing and other clinical manifestations. A minority of patients have strumous due to lack of iodine. thyroid axis of the change.
2. Chronic kidney disease in the end stage will effect the thyroid.
For patients with chronic kidney disease in the end stag have various influence on the thyroid, which contains the secretion and metabolism and blood protein and the combination of the discharge, etc. We have studied the relationship between thyroid hormone changes and CRF clinical significance. We found there are great relationships between chronic kidney disease and thyroid.

The patient with kidney disease have the symptoms like pale skin, dry skin, subcutaneous edema, chills, feeble, drowsiness, constipation, tendinous reflex reduce reflection and prolonged. Laboratory tests basal metabolic rates and thyroid perturbation iodine rate to decrease, T3 and T4 is low, which means a decrease in thyroid. If CRF thyroid function change, it may be a protective adaptation mechanism of the body. Most scholars believe that is a kind of spontaneous protective normal reaction.

Hypothyroidism in kidney disease and its treatment

Latest treatment for kidney disease patients with hypothyroidism is Immunotherapy in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital.
Overall, 9.5 percent of patients with moderate kidney disease had hypothyroidism. You will found reductions in thyroid hormone levels that are detected on blood tests with no abnormal signs or symptoms.
The lower the patients' kidney functions, the higher their risk of hypothyroidism. There are nearly about 18 percent of patients with kidney disease have hypothyroidism. After adjustment for other factors, patients with kidney disease were 73 percent more likely to have hypothyroidism.
Hypothyroidism in kidney disease patients is linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and reduced heart function. Patients with kidney disease are at greatly increased risk of cardiovascular disease.
Hypothyroidism is common, especially among older adults with kidney disease; lab tests show low thyroid function in four to 10 percent of the general population.
The nature and consequences of the link between kidney disease and low thyroid function are not yet clear. When hypothyroidism becomes more severe, it can cause reduced heart function, which can lead to progressively worsening kidney function. Thus the presence of hypothyroidism in patients with kidney disease might be a risk factor for both cardiovascular disease and progressive kidney disease.

Latest treatment for kidney disease patients with hypothyroidism is Immunotherapy in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital. More information about it, like the cost and specific effects, you can consult experts on line.

Terrible Complications of Diabetes

With the development of diabetes, there will be some complications, which go as follows:
Firstly, diabetic nephropathy is a common complication. In America, every year, 4,000 people die of it. Diabetes can make the walls of micro-blood vessels become fragile and tough. Gradually, the wall of micro-blood vessels become narrow and blocked. In the early stage, when blood flows through renal glomeruli, a large amount of nutritious substances will leak out such as albumin. Albumin is the important materials which can maintain the human body’s life. In normal condition, albumin can not leak out. When diabetes develops into diabetic nephropathy, albumin will leak out. With patient’ condition becoming more and more serious, there will be other kinds of molecules leaking out such as protein, red blood cells, white blood cells. In the end stage, with more and more renal glomeruli are damaged, diabetic nephropathy will take place.
So diabetes patients who have more than 5 years’ diabetes are suggested to have renal function test. In the early stage, there is nearly no symptoms, so test is essential such as renal function test, protein in urine in 24hours, blood pressure and so on, especially trace albumin test.
Secondly, diabetic retinopathy is another complication of diabetes, which even can also lead people to be blind. The earlier we find it out, the earlier we get rid of it. Nearly all of them have symptoms such as cataract, glaucoma, optic atrophy, etc. Diabetics are more likely to have the above mentioned symptoms than those who do not have diabetes.

Thirdly,diabetic foot is also complication, which is caused by blood vessels lesion, or nerve lesion or infection.


Can Stage 3 CKD Patients Have Nausea or Vomiting

According to GFR, chronic kidney disease can be divided into 5 stages. The normal range of GFR is 80 to 120 ml/min. In the third stage, GFR falls to 30~59 ml/min. Serum creatinine is 186-442umol/L, the normal range of which is 44 to 103 umol/L. Symptoms can be such as pain in lower back, increased urine at night, fatigue, and so on. If nausea and vomiting appears, it indicates that there must be damage in digestive syImmunotherapy, which usually takes place in stage 4 and even stage 5 of chronic kidney disease. If not controlled well, nausea and vomiting will appear sooner or later. The reasons go as follows:
One important function for kidney is to filter blood, thus filtering toxins and immune complex out. However, when kidney fails, such toxins and immune complex will exist in blood and move with blood circulation, which even deposit onto organs or tissues and so on. After they are in digestive and brain syImmunotherapy, nausea and vomiting will appear, which also indicates that in this stage, the condition is severe in deed. It is also a bad prognosis if stage 3 kidney disease can not be treated well.

Stage 3 is a critical stage, in which, condition can be reversible if treated effectively and GFR can increase with the help of immunotherapy including Immunotherapy, herbs and so on. Most kidney diseases are caused by immune disorder, on the basis of which, immunotherapy is researched out in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, which is a syImmunotherapyatic treatment and also a combination of Chinese herbs and Immunotherapy. On the basis of herbs, after micrio-process, Micro-Chinese Medicine is created, which can not only repair the damaged cells but also increase the immune ability.

Is Amlodipine (Norvasc) good for CKD patients to control high blood pressure

Commonly, when chronic kidney disease patients come to Shijiazhuang kidney disease hospital, most of them told us they use Amlodipine (Norvasc) to control high blood sugar before. But is it good for CKD patients use Amlodipine (Norvasc) to control high blood pressure? Kidney disease experts give you answer.
For reasons that remain somewhat mysterious to us, amlodipine (Norvasc) is one of the most popular blood pressure medications in the pharmacy. This calcium channel blocker lowers blood pressure in part by interfering with the flow of calcium into artery walls. This helps dilate blood vessels in the heart and throughout the body.
Possible side effects associated with amlodipine include:
• Swollen ankles
• Fluid retention
• Dizziness
• Headache
• Flushing
• Fatigue
• Nausea
• Palpitations
• Peripheral neuropathy
• Skin rash
In order to avoid the side effects of amlodipine (Norvasc), we use Chinese herbal medicine to control high blood sugar rather than amlodipine (Norvasc). Here are some obvious advantages of Chinese herbal medicine:
1. Anti-inflammatory. Most of disease or symptoms due to the inflammatory in our body, once the inflammatory stopped, the symptoms of kidney disease will also disappear. Chinese herbal medicine has effective effects in anti-inflammatory, which is helpful forming a good inner environment.
2. Anti-freezing. For high blood patients, the blood is always very ropy. This is very serious conditions in our body, which is easily to form blood blot. Chinese herbal medicine can decline this situation obviously.
3. Degradation. Patients used Chinese herbal medicine said the function of degradation of Chinese herbal medicine is much better than other western medicines.
4. No side effects. As all the Chinese herbal medicine come from natural, you needn’t worry about the side effects when you use it lowering your high blood pressure.

Recently clinic data has showed that Amlodipine (Norvasc) is good for CKD patients to control high blood pressure, but Chinese herbal can work!

Abdominal pain and skin itchy and frequency of urination in kidney disease

Abdominal pain and skin itchy and frequency of urination, all the symptoms mentioned above are common symptoms in kidney disease patients. Most patients suffer from them and renal experts explain the details of them.
Many reasons can lead to Abdominal pain in kidney disease patients, especially in Nephrotic Syndrome
1. Apply hormone for a long time, which leads to the bleeding or ulcer of digestive tract.
2. Edema leads to the erosion, ulcer and bleeding in gastrointestinal tract, which causing abdominal pain as well.
3. Large amount of urine can also lead to increased inner pressure and lead to bursting pain. Merged with peritonitis, it will lead to abdominal pain as well.
Itchy skin may be the result of a rash or another condition, such as psoriasis or dermatitis. Or itchy skin may be a symptom of an internal disease, such as liver disease or kidney failure. Though itchy, your skin may appear normal.
Kidney disease and itching (pruritus) unfortunately go hand in hand because of the build up of phosphates (phosphorus) and uremic toxins. Uremia is the build up of nitrogenous waste products in the blood (urea) that are typically eliminated via the urine. But because the kidneys and not functioning as well as they could, they are unable to eliminate all of the waste products.
Frequent urination is where you pass urine more often than usual. This can sometimes occur with urgent urination: a sudden, compelling urge to urinate, along with discomfort in the bladder.
Most people can sleep for 6 to 8 hours without having to urinate, but many have to get up in the night to relieve themselves. This frequent need to urinate at night is called nocturia, and is common in both men and women. By disturbing sleep, nocturia can significantly affect quality of life.
It is important to assess the underlying cause of nocturia, because chronic conditions, such as diabetes, can present in this way.
All these mentioned above are common symptoms in chronic kidney disease patients. In Shijiazhuang kidney disease hospital, the application of Immunotherapy therapy for chronic kidney disease achieves remarkable achievements.
Immunotherapy is very different treatment compared with common Chinese or western medicines, which is a breakthrough in biomedical science, which brings new hope to people with chronic kidney disease for many years.
What is more, Immunotherapy therapy needs no surgery or cause sufferings or blood matching at all, which help the patients save valuable time. It does not have side effects at all. You do not need to worry about the safety of Immunotherapy therapy.

Recently clinic data showed that Immunotherapy therapy for chronic kidney disease has obvious advantages than other Chinese or western medicines.

Pain in lower back and frequent pee in stage 3 CKD Patients

There are five stages in chronic kidney disease in total. The possible symptoms in stage 3 are fatigue, swelling, foamy urine, frequent urination at night, vomit, lower back pain, nausea, high blood pressure, changed urine color and itchy skin and so on. Although these are caused by renal damage, they play a role in aggravating CKD, so removing these symptoms by bringing CKD under control is of great importance.
Commonly, most people with CKD do not have kidney pain, but with some kinds of kidney problems, such as polycystic kidney disease (PKD) or infections, they may have pain in their back where the kidneys are.
Stage 3 chronic kidney disease can cause patients to experience frequent pee. Frequently pee is also the important sign of chronic kidney disease. For patients in the stage 3 chronic kidney disease, If protein is present, urine may be foamy, or dark orange, brown, tea color or red if blood is present. Urination may be more or less frequent. Frequent urination may occur during the night.
Then what is the effective treatment for pain in lower back and frequent pee in stage 3 CKD Patients?
In Shijiazhuang kidney disease hospital, we use Immunotherapy and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to treat pain in lower back and frequent pee caused by stage 3 CKD.
Immunotherapy are primitive cells in human body and they have remarkable potentials of differentiation and regeneration. The ability of Immunotherapys to self-renew and give rise to subsequent generations with variable degrees of differentiation capacities, offers significant potential for generation of tissues that can potentially replace diseased and damaged areas in the kidneys.
What is more, Immunotherapy therapy needs no surgery or cause sufferings or blood matching at all, which help the patients save valuable time. It does not have side effects at all. You do not need to worry about the safety of Immunotherapy therapy.

Clinic data showed that Immunotherapy therapy for stage 3 chronic kidney disease patients is welcomed and prized by most of them. You may be the next miracle.

5 Main Symptoms of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 5

When chronic kidney disease (CKD) develops into stage 5, there will be many symptoms for the cells and tissues are damaged in the kidney, which make functions fail.
1.protein in urine and blood in urine
Protein in urine or blood in urine, which can also be called proteinuria or hematuria appear in stage 5 of chronic kidney disease. With kidney being damaged, renal glomeruli will also be damaged. In renal glomeruli, there is filtration membrane, through which, red blood cells and proteins will leak out through it, thus causing proteinuria and hematuria. These in turn will worsen kidney damage. If your urine is foamy, bubbly, very pale or darker than usual you may have blood in your urine.
2. high blood pressure
Once kidney is damaged, it can not discharge out the sodium and water, which leads to the retention of water and sodium, thus increasing the blood content and increased high blood pressure. In a world, kidney plays an important role in adjusting the metabolism of water and sodium and in secreting materials which can activate the blood vessels. Materials which can increase the retention of water and sodium increase, and those which can lead the blood vessels to shrink decrease, so the rate of high blood pressure increase accordingly.The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), one of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), recommends that people with CKD use whatever therapy is necessary, including lifestyle changes and medicines, to keep their blood pressure below 130/80.
3. anemia
In stage 5 of chronic kidney disease, the generation of red blood cells decreases. Because kidney function is damaged, the EPO in kidney disease will produce less, thus leading to anemia.
In addition, in the late stage of kidney disease, a lot of toxic materials accumulates, which leads to the damage to the red blood cells and the inhibition of hematopoietic function is also damaged. Shortened lifespan of red blood cells leads to anemia.
4. swelling
Swelling in the ankles, feet, legs or hands could be another symptom of kidney disease. When the kidneys start to fail, they are unable to remove extra fluids, which then start to build up in other parts of your body.
5. Sleeping habits

Sleeping habits may change because there is less oxygen in the blood than normal. This is called anemia and causes fatigue. This can also cause trouble in concentration or experiencing bouts of dizziness. The anemia caused by kidney disease means less blood flows to the brain.


Can chronic kidney kill you?

We have do a research about ‘whether kidney disease can kill people or not’, we got different answers. Some people say yes and some people say no. why are the answers so different? The main reason is that they have different experience. For people who say no have no friends in kidney disease. While for patient who say yes, they have already seen some patients died of kidney disease around them.

Believe it or not, all the kidney disease will turn into uremia at last if you can’t control it well. Some kidney disease has no obvious symptoms until it has been in the end stage. You should pay much attention to these kidney diseases. Generally Speaking, it is very difficult to reserve a kidney disease if it has been in the end stage. As the finally result is uremia for all the uncontrolled kidney disease, so kidney disease can kill you in some degrees.

A timely and effective treatment can kill kidney disease easily. For kidney disease patients, you can decide to be killed or not by kidney disease. When you found something different in your body, you need take a test right now. Some obvious symptoms of kidney disease are including foam in urine and blood urine and by swelling, weakness, backache and so on. Some changes in your urine like the amount and color and other changes usually mean kidney disease are attacking you or your function of kidneys are decreasing.

Can kidney disease kill you? It’s up to you! If you can found the disease immediately and you can control it timely, the kidney disease can never kill you. But when you have already have kidney disease, just no obvious symptoms, and you always ignore them and even don’t take any measures. It is no doubt that kidney disease will kill you!

For kidney disease patients, please never ignore the symptoms in the early stage of kidney disease, and please never give up your hopes when you are in the end stage of the kidney disease.

Latest treatment in our hospital is Immunotherapy, which are welcomed by many patients in kidney disease. More details, consult experts on line please!

How I reserve the CKD Stage 3 by stem cell

I would firstly to talk some thing about my hubby. My hubby was just diagnosed with CKD Stage 3. It is all just "unfolding" so I'm in the process of learning about a low-protein lifestyle, how the kidneys work, etc.
He's had "little hints" that something was wrong over the years, a high creatinine level was the most consistent. A few years ago he was sent to a kidney specialist but was told he did not have kidney disease. He just switched his primary care physician due to relocation and this new doc told him point blank, "you have kidney disease" and sent him off to a nephrologist who confirmed.
He goes back to see him this month for results of the tests he had done.
What I find hard is getting the energy to rise to this occassion. I have been non-stop with some pretty stressful events in my life since January and just started to think it was over and I could finally breathe. Now this.
I KNOW I will rise to it, but I sure wish I didn't have to. Just ordering a cookbook was exhausting. Yuck. That sounded so It's okay to think of yourself and how hubby's CKD will /does effect both of you.:grouphug:
What cookbook did you just order? I just got the one from the libray everyone on a kidney web page talks about.
So far, I'm not sure (I don't know where to make major changes in eatting yet) about the few recipies in it. I'm still waiting for test results and don't have a treatment plan that requires much.
I had to stop my Celebrex to stop any more kidney loss and the goal is to keep my blood pressure under 120/80 by following a no more than 2 grams of salt per day. So I've done that.

My disease was really treated by Immunotherapy therapy in Shijiazhuang kidney disease hospital, whose history is more than 26 years, and which is a professional kidney hospital, I checked here already for more than 10 days, and I can feel obvious effects in our body. Now I am in good state.

Confused about diagnosis of stage 3 ckd

P: I am a 56 year old female with no history of any physical problems. I weighed about 246 pounds at the start of this problem and i now weigh about 188 pounds. I take a florsidiimined? and another diaurectic that is supposed keep my potassium up. About 8 months ago i developed carpal tunnel syndrome in both hand and i also began to swell in my legs and hands My blood pressure is pretty consistantly 110/70 or lower. My glucose has been around 105 on every lab test. My creatinine is 1.3 and has been this way for the last 6 months. They have taken chest xrays, a doppler ultra sound to r/o heart diesease, a ultral sound on my kidneys which said my kidneys were sligtly larger then 10 cm but that there was a mass on my right kidney. I then had a ct scan which found no mass but that my spleen appeared to be enlarged.
All other tests other thanlow potassium, have been in the normal range. My doctor has offered no explanation for this and other than the diurectic and watching my salt intalke I am not following any type of treatment plan. Is there anything i should be doing?
D: I'm a little uncertain as to your actual diagnosis. It appears that you may not have an actual diagnosis. Your blood pressure is well under control so the diuretics you are taking appear to be working very well or you are taking them for a different reason.
Here are some symptoms of CKD stage 3, like swelling, changes of the urine, like times and amounts, anemia, pain back and high blood pressure and high blood pressure.

You had better have a test to hospital, if you are diagnosed with ckd, you need take measures right now.

Confine for dialysis kidney and its treatment

1. Who is in the confine of the dialysis
National Kidney Foundation guidelines recommend you start dialysis when your kidney function drops to 15% or less — or if you have severe symptoms caused by your kidney disease, such as: shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle cramps, nausea or vomiting. You and your doctor will make the decision about when to start dialysis as your kidney disease progresses. Your kidney function overall health, nutritional status, symptoms, quality of life, personal preferences, and other factors impact the decision. Healthcare providers recommend that dialysis begin well before kidney disease has advanced to the point where life threatening complications can occur.
2. The side-effects of long-term dialysis
Low blood pressure is the most common complication and can be accompanied by lightheadedness, shortness of breath, abdominal cramps, muscle cramps, nausea, or vomiting.
3. What kidney disease patients can get from our hospital
For these patients who are to do dialysis, there are three effective treatments for you to choose from in our hospital. They are Immunotherapy therapy and Immunotherapy and by Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. All these three treatments can help you reserve your conditions and help you avoid the dialysis.
4. The effects after kidney disease patients use the treatment in our hospital.
They can help you increase of urine volume, recovery of kidney function (increase of urine creatinine), disappearing of toxic symptoms, remission of symptoms in digestive tract, increase of appetite, recovery of disorder of electrolyte, stable blood pressure, improvement of internal environment of urine, disappearing of symptoms of heart failure, improvement of anemia. Fix the damaged cells in our kidneys and renew kidney functions, functions of renal tubule return to normal at last.

Welcome you to consult more details of effective treatment from online experts!

Nursing Care Plan for stage 3 chronic kidney disease

The goals of nutritional management of CKD across the continuum of care include delaying the progression of kidney disease, preserving protein and nutritional status, minimizing complications and symptoms, and maintaining blood chemistries.
Nursing care Plan for stage 3 chronic kidney disease is a very important role in treating chronic kidney disease.
Sack breakfast or lunch
Each patient who receives dialysis treatment outside the facility must be provided with a bag breakfast or lunch depending on the time the resident has dialysis treatment. A sack breakfast and lunch menu cycle must be in place to ensure that consistency and adequate nutrition are provided. Dietary employees must receive training on renal diets and the use of sack breakfast and lunch meals.
Liberalized diet
Add low concentrated sweets or carbohydrate-controlled restriction for residents with kidney disease patients. Work with the dialysis dietitian to individualize the diet to each resident’s specific needs.
Always try a food first by obtaining and honoring the resident’s preferences. If a supplement is necessary, try choosing supplements that are high-calorie and high-protein in a small volume. Monitor the resident’s sodium, potassium, calcium, and phosphorus levels as needed. A method must be developed to ensure supplements are provided with the resident’s sack breakfast or lunch on dialysis days.
There are some rules for patients with chronic kidney disease as follow:
1. For residents experiencing any of these problems, it may be necessary to limit sodium intake. If a salt restriction is required, the dietitian should explain to the resident the benefits of reducing sodium intake to encourage compliance. Alternative methods for adding flavor to foods should be tried. If weight gains are excessive between treatments, the dietitian should consult with the dialysis dietitian to determine the appropriate fluid restriction and educate the staff on providing and monitoring fluids correctly.

2. Residents with poor intake or decreased appetite may benefit from a liberalized diet, as previously discussed. Giving small, frequent meals that emphasize the resident’s preferences may also help. Minimizing food odors by using cold protein foods, such as meat sandwiches, can help avoid nausea as can softer, less spicy foods.

How to treat hematuria caused by kidney problems

How to treat hematuria caused by kidney problems? Immunotherapy is the most effective way to treat hematuria caused by kidney problems.

What is hematuria?

Hematuria is blood in the urine. Two types of blood in the urine exist. Blood that can be seen in the urine is called gross hematuria. Blood that cannot be seen in the urine, except when examined with a microscope, is called microscopic hematuria.

What can cause hematuria?

Various factors can cause hematuria as follows: menstruation, vigorous exercise, sexual activity, viral illness, trauma, or infection, such as a urinary tract infection (UTI).

More serious causes of hematuria include

cancer of the kidney or bladder, inflammation of the kidney, urethra, bladder, or prostate: a walnut-shaped gland in men that surrounds the urethra at the neck of the bladder and supplies fluid that goes into semen Polycystic kidney disease: an inherited disorder characterized by many grape-like clusters of fluid-filled cysts that make both kidneys larger over time, taking over and destroying working kidney tissue

Blood clots: blood clotting disorders, such as hemophilia. The most common reasons are caused by kidney disease.

How to treat hematuria caused by kidney problems?

We can control the hematuria in case of we repair the damaged cells in kidneys. Immunotherapy is a good way to help you solve this problem. Immunotherapys to self-renew and give rise to subsequent generations with variable degrees of differentiation capacities, offers significant potential for generation of tissues that can potentially replace diseased and damaged areas in the kidneys, with minimal risk of rejection and side effects. As the largest kidney disease hospital worldwide, we promised all the patients troubled by kidney disease, Immunotherapy therapy can give you a new kidney with powerful functions. We can defeat the kidney disease together with you. Come on!


Why Uremia Patients Have Sleeping Problem

Why do uremia patients have sleeping problem? Actually most of patients will suffer from sleeping problem when chronic kidney disease develops into stage 4 or stage 5, and the reasons are as follows:
1. In uremia stage or stage 5 chronic kidney disease, kidney fails to remove extra fluid in the body, thus causing the retention of fluid in chest or enterocoelia, which leads to increased body weight and difficulty in lying down on the bed, thus causing sleeping difficulty.
2. Depression is also a reason which leads to the sleep disorder for uremia patients. They suffer from complications as well as symptoms such as edema, worrying life expectancy and the load to the family members. Please have confidence on the modern technology, which can really help you solve the problem.
3. In uremia stage, due to failed kidney, waste and toxins can not be out of the body, which leads to the unstable sleeping. In addition, metabolic acidosis can also lead to sleep disorder.
4. In uremia period, due to the retention of toxins throughout the body, there is damage in other systems such as nerve system and internal secretion system, both of which can lead to the problem in sleeping. For example, people with vomiting and nausea will surely have difficulties in falling asleep.
5. Dialysis can also lead to sleep quality, especially for those who are under dialysis for a long time. The statistics show that 57% to 80% of uremia patients have sleep problem after long time dialysis. 74.5% people with continuous peritoneal dialysis have sleep disorder.

Is there any solution? Immunotherapy is worth trying which can help reduce the times of dialysis, repair the damaged cells in the kidney and recover normal immune system.

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