Because of strict diet requirements, chronic diarrhea, nausea and vomiting, etc, renal failure patients may suffer from dehydration. Knowing the symptoms of renal failure and dehydration, patients can adopt managements timely to avoid more severe complications.
What are the symptoms of renal failure and dehydration?
If the person has kidney failure and the following symptoms, he or she may have to consider dehydration: fatigue, dizziness, muscle cramps, stomach pain, dry skin, thirst, unconsciousness, etc. What’s worse, less urine may also be a symptom of dehydration for kidney failure patients. Without effective treatments, coma or even death may appear.
How to deal with dehydration for renal failure patients?
For the managements of dehydration, the prevention is as important as the treatment. To prevent dehydration, we give several suggestions:
● Take enough fluid: With kidney failure, patients are always recommended to restrict the fluid intake strictly. However, too less fluid intake is more likely to cause dehydration. Therefore, making sure the correct amount of fluid intake is very important for kidney failure patients.
● EAT more vegetables and fruits: It is observed that some patients’ kidney function improves after eating some vegetables and fruits such as cranberry, mangosteen, red bell peppers, etc. If you want to improve your kidney function and prevent dehydration through diet, you can send email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will send you a food list in detail.
● Take correct medicines: After many years’ research, some herbal medicines are proven to be effective on repairing damaged but not necrotic cells and prompting the regeneration of new tissues. Correct prescription is the key to improve patients’ kidney condition and immune system largely. Only if kidney function is enhanced largely can patients drink more water safely.
The above methods are able to help prevent dehydration effectively. If you are suffering from dehydration due to renal failure, consult the online doctor immediately to find accurate treatment.