Many people have experienced muscle cramps, which also is a common complication during dialysis treatments. Cramps occur in almost all of dialysis patients. They can occur in the hands, arms and abdominal muscles as well. While do you know how to avoid the muscle cramps for Kidney Failure patients in dialysis. our ONLINE DOCTOR is willing to help you.
Causes for muscle cramps in dialysis
Although the exact cause is unknown, multiple causes have been proposed, including volume contraction, low blood sodium concentration, low body magnesium, and carnitine deficiency. Of these, the first two seem to be the most common. In terms of volume contraction, both getting below your "dry weight" (goal weight at the end of dialysis), as well as rapid removal of large volumes can result in cramps. Low concentrations of sodium in the dialysis bath can also cause cramps by lowering your blood sodium concentration. And lacking of the calcium also can be considered as a factor for muscle cramps.
Chinese medical treatments for muscle cramps in dialysis of kidney failure patients
To treat the muscle cramps in dialysis, the Medicated Bath is a prefect way for the kidney failure patients. there are various kinds of the Chinese medical herbs in this therapy, which can be boiled to be Chinese medial soup. And these Chinese medical herbs are grow in the nature for a long time, so they have absorbed the elite of nature, as well as, they have not any side effects to the kidney failure patients. After mixing with a certain of the hot water, the patients can enjoy the medicated bath. During soaking in the hot medical bath, the medical gas can penetrate into the internal body of the patients, then adjust the whole blood circulation. And the active Chinese medicine also has great function to the damaged kidneys.
Only some times the kidney failure patients apply this therapy, the muscle cramps in the dialysis can be avoid successfully. You also can try our therapy, if you send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org , or add my viber/whatsapp +86 13503211882.