Night sweats is a Chinese name of a kind of symptom that patients may sweat in sleeping but perspiration stops after waking up. Some of our patients are facing this problem. They complained to our doctors about their night sweats condition and feel extremely uncomfortable. So why do ESRD patients have high sweats? Contact the ONLINE DOCTOR and they will help you get more information quickly and directly for free.
ESRD refers to the end stage of Chronic Kidney Disease. In early stage of ESRD,there are no obvious symptoms that can remind patients of the renal damage. Nevertheless,with the time and disease going on,renal damage will become worse and worse,and the kidney function will also be damaged badly. Actually,in advanced stages of ESRD,patients’ multiple systems and organs will also be effected,thus some severer symptoms and complications will be increased and influence the patients daily life and their remaining health.
When patients nervous system be damaged,vegetative nerve system is disturbed. Therefore,the perspiration may be increase obviously. Besides,the severe kidney disease will impact the endocrine,causing the night sweats. What’s more,patients psychological problems way worsen this symptom. Such as tension,worry and so on.
TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) thinks that the night sweats is mainly caused by the kidney deficiency. So protecting the damage kidneys are very important to control and relieve their disease condition. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy offers a better choice and new hope for all of patients with ESRD. It can remedy the renal damage fundamentally with less side affects. Thus it can protect the remaining kidney function and promote the renal repair.
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