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Is Tingling Feet Common for Kidney Disease

2014-02-17 03:05

Is Tingling Feet Common for Kidney DiseaseTingling feet may result from pressure on nerves when you cross your legs too long or squatting for a long time or some other reasons. In this case, tingling feet is benign and temporary. But if it is accompanied with other symptoms, such as pain, itching and so on, it may be severe. Is tingling feet common for kidney disease?

Causes of tingling

In fact, tingling feet is common for kidney disease, especially Diabetic Nephropathy. When your kidneys fail to work, wastes and toxins build up in the blood, which may damage the nerve in your legs and cause tingling. Besides, kidney function impairment can also contribute to anemia, which means there is not enough blood. A deficit in the amount of blood flowing to the extremities cause tingling in the feet as well.

In addition, high cholesterol level may cause atherosclerosis in the feet and lead to tingling. Abnormal levels of calcium, potassium and sodium, a lack of vitamin B12, and the use of certain medications can also lead to tingling in the feet. You tingling feet may also be related with alcohol and tobacco abuse.

Treatment for tingling feet

It is important for you to find the underlying causes of tingling feet and then suit the remedy to the case. For example, you should supplement vitamin B12 if caused by lack of vitamin B12 and substitute the medicine you take under the instruction of your doctor if caused by your medicine. But all the causes of tingling feet attribute to the kidney function impairment. If you can improve kidney function improves, your tingling feet can be eased. Traditional Chinese Medicine therapies, such as Enema Therapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath and Micro-Chinese Medicine Hot Compress Therapy can help your body discharge toxins and repair the damaged kidneys, which are very helpful for your medical condition. If you have any questions, please leave a message or send email to kidneyabc@hotmail.com.

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