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Natural Therapies for Itchy Skin of Dialysis Patients

2017-08-08 15:24

Natural Therapies for Itchy Skin of Dialysis Patients,Toxin-Removing TreatmentLots of Kidney Failure patients on Dialysis always scratch due to the severe skin itching, which greatly affect their life. How to solve the bothered problem? In this article, we will introduce some natural therapies for dialysis patients.

Itchy skin is one of the common complications of dialysis because dialysis will make the patients’ skin become dry. Thus supplement water is very necessary.

Method 1

The patients can take a shower to wash away skin irritants each day but avoid hot water because this may easily dry the skin. But for dialysis patients, the day they do dialysis is not recommended to take bath so as to avoid leading to unnecessary problems.

Method 2

Cotton clothing is good for dialysis patients because it has less irritation for the skin. What is more, when it is hard to bear the itching, you can use cool and moist cloth compress on the itchy area instead of scratching.

Method 3

We can take measures from the underlying condition. High phosphorus is considered as the primary cause of itchy skin for kidney failure patients. In some cases, dialysis can not remove the extra phosphorus in blood therefore majority of patients suffer from itchy skin after dialysis.

It is necessary to control the phosphorus intake in daily life. Foods containing high phosphorus include cheese, lean beef, nuts, flax seeds, dried fruits, hard potatoes and so on.

Method 4

The most helpful method is to seek for alternative of dialysis through repairing the damaged renal tissues and cells and improving the renal function. Gradually you may reduce the dialysis frequency and remit skin itching effectively.

Systematic Toxin-Removing Treatment based on Traditional Chinese Medicine is strongly recommended. It can meet the above goals and help you live a high quality life.

If you are experiencing itchy skin on dialysis, you can try the above methods. If you want to know more details on Toxin-Removing Treatment, please send your current test reports to our mail box or leave a message in the below form.

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