Hypertensive Nephropathy is usually caused by years of uncontrolled high blood pressure. Some people with Hypertensive Nephropathy often complain about weakness. Whether weakness is associated with Hypertensive Nephropathy?
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It may be associated with anemia, unstable blood pressure, poor sleeping quality, improper diet, restmess leg syndrome, frequent urination at night, etc.
Anemia: Kidney damage will affect the secretion of erythropoietin (EPO) so as to reduce the production of red blood cells. In kidney disease, kidney fails to filter wastes and toxins from the body effectively, causing lots of them accumulated in the blood to shorten the lifespan of red blood cells.
Less oxygen and nutrients reach into the muscles, so the patients have weakness easily.
Unstable blood pressure: If the patients can not control their blood pressure stably, their body will have to adjust to the blood pressure continuously which will cause weakness easily.
In hypertensive nephropathy, the kidney tissues and intrinsic cells have been damaged more or less, thus you should take therapy repairing these damaged kidney tissues and cells so as to improve kidney function.
In Huaxia Kidney Disease Research Institute, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is recommended to lower blood pressure, dilate blood vessels to improve blood circulation, and provide nutrients and oxygen to alleviate renal ischemia and anoxia.
All in all, once you have high blood pressure, you have to control it timely. If you want to know more details about Chinese medicine treatments, please leave a message in the below form or email medical reports to us.
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