Headache and vomiting often happen during dialysis treatment which may incapacitate the patients for the treatment. How stop headache and vomiting during dialysis?
Low blood pressure is an attributable factor of headache and vomiting. Low blood pressure occurs when too much fluid is removed from the blood during dialysis treatment. This causes pressure to drop. As a result, headache, nausea and vomiting may occur.
The most common cause of headache is dialysis disequilibrium syndrome (DDS). DDS is related to cerebral swelling after removing high levels of urea during dialysis and slowly compensated cerebral fluid shifts.
Additionally, headache may be associated with high blood pressure. High blood pressure occurs when high levels of fluids build up in body and inadequate Dialysis.
To slow headache and vomiting, the patients should stick to the following treatment tips.
*Medications should usually not be taken before treatment, unless the doctor prescribes it that way. This could cause further drops in pressure and more discomfort.
*As the kidneys can not work to remove fluids, fluid may build up in your system between dialysis treatments. If dialysis removes too much fluids from body at a time, sudden dropping of blood volume can cause low blood pressure.
*Decreasing the sodium level on dialysis machine during dialysis may be helpful to stop headache and vomiting.
* Controlling high blood pressure is one of the most important treatment factors to consider. Especially when headache and vomiting complaints are seen in conjunction with high blood pressure.
There are various causes of headache and vomiting during dialysis so the ways to deal with them should also be different. If you are suffering the above complaints and do not know the clear causes, you can consult us on line to get more medical advices.