Muscle twitch or cramp is a common symptom of kidney disease. Due to that will affect the normal life of patients, so that over here we will help you know about is clearly.
1. Metabolic disorders
Kidney failure will lead to kidneys can not filter waste products from the blood, balance pH and electrolyte. It is likely for you to suffer from metabolic disorder, leading to muscle twitch.
2. Lack of nutrients in the diet
Kidney patients have strict control about the diet. Due to diet restrictions, you may have deficiency in certain minerals, such as potassium, leading to muscle cramp.
3. Side effects of drugs
Some drugs such as diuretics and corticosteroids can cause this disorder. For this kind of condition, you can change your medicine to alleviate it.
If you want to get rid of the pain of it, besides conventional treatment to relieve the pain, you should repair kidney damage and improve kidney function. Because, as long as kidneys can work well, them those problems can be avoided effectively.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Full Bath, Medicated Foot Bath, Enema Therapy, Steam Therapy, Circle Therapy, Navel Therapy, and so on. They can promote blood circulation to remove stasis. When blood flow becomes fluent, muscle cramp will be alleviated. They can also expel waste products out of renal cells and blood to make a clean internal environment for the damaged kidneys to heal themselves. With the gradual improvement of kidney condition, all associated symptoms will be under control.
If you are facing with this kind of condition now, if you want to relay on Chinese medicine treatment help you get rid of symptoms due to kidney disease, please tell us with the following ways. All the experts will try their best to help you.
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