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Review of Muscle Cramp Associated with Chronic Kidney Disease


2015-10-26 15:00

Review of Muscle Cramp Associated with Chronic Kidney DiseaseThe kidneys make and release hormones and balance the minerals in the blood. When patients are diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease, they develop conditions which affect the blood, bones, nerves, and skin. So they will easy to suffer form the muscle cramp. Managing these complications may help prevent or slow further damage to your kidneys, so contact with our ONLINE DOCTOR and manage these complications together.

Why the chronic kidney disease patients suffer form the muscle cramp

Muscle cramps, especially leg cramps, are common in people with kidney disease. These symptoms are thought to be caused by an imbalance of fluids and electrolytes (sodium, potassium, or chloride) in your body. And another reason may be consider as the dialysis. Some CKD patients who are in the dialysis may suffer from the muscle cramp more easily. Because during the dialysis, some useful substance will flow away with the waste. So when there is little calcium, the chronic kidney disease patients will suffer from the muscle cramp.

Chinese Medicated Bath in our hospital to deal with the muscle cramp for chronic kidney disease patients

Why I say the Chinese medicated bath can deal with the muscle cramps? If you want to know, please follow me. The main composition of this therapy is the traditional Chinese medical herbs which are grow in the nature for a long time. So they have the strong effects to deal with the kidney disease. Some medical herbs are boiled to the Chinese medical soup, and a certain of the hot water are supposed to mix with the Chinese medical soup. Then the patients can enjoy the hot medial bath. With time going on, a lot of the waste in the internal body will flow away with the sweat. As well as, the Chinese medicine can penetrate into the body and balance the fluids and electrolytes. So the muscle cramp for the CKD patients will disappear.

Are you attracted by our therapy? If you also are chronic kidney disease patient and you also have the muscle cramps, you can send emails to kidneyabc@hotmail.com , or add my viber/whatsapp +86 /13503211882, or communicate with us through the skype:abc.kidney


If you send us email, please leave your phone number or WhatsApp/Viber (with country code) in email so that our renal expert can communicate with you timely and directly. We will do utmost to help you solve the problems.



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