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Causes of Restless Legs Syndrome in Diabetic Nephropathy

2014-08-28 07:21

Causes of Restless Legs Syndrome in Diabetic Nephropathy Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a sensori-motor disorder. It is a kind of spastic disease in legs and will effect the patients’ mental state,causing very serious consequences. This kind of disease is more common in Diabetic Nephropathy. Here the article aims at offering more details about this,hoping this can help you take better care of yourselves. ONLINE DOCTOR can offer you the information directly and quickly for free.

Diabetic Nephropathy is a secondary disease caused by long-standing diabetes. As the disease worsens,patients’ systemic multiple systems and organs will be effected and damaged badly. And then,many serious symptoms and complications will appear,influencing patients’ daily life and exacerbating their renal disease. Just like RLS.

In clinic,RLS patients may feel uncomfortable on their both lower extremities during sleep in the night or being relax,which will force them to move lower limbs or walk constantly,leading to the severer sleep disorders. People who spends a lot of time on sitting or lying down will also suffer from this symptom. For example,some dialysis patients who need long time to do dialysis.

In fact,long-term high blood sugar will effect the systemic blood vessels and nerves,which will cause the insufficient blood supply for lower limbs. When sensory nerve is damaged,RLS will appear.

Besides,impaired kidneys will effect the secretion of EPO (erythropoietin),leading to the anemia and aggravating RLS. In addition,for Diabetic Nephropathy patients,hyperparathyroidism will promote the exacerbation of RLS. At the same time,the insufficient of Vitamin D will also promote the PTH (Parathyroid Hormone),exacerbating RLS.

So for Diabetic Nephropathy patients,it is necessary for them to take timely effective treatments to control and relieve the renal damage. Conservative therapy may be more suitable for your disease condition to improve your condition and protect your remaining health.

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