It is known that with the deterioration of kidney disease, patients’ immunity will decline and have various symptoms or complications. In the End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD), how to treat muscle cramp for patients?
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In ESRD, there are many factors can cause muscle cramp, such as Dialysis, calcium and magnesium deficiency, acidosis, adverse effects of medications and other factors. Besides, muscle cramp also will cause pain in lower extremities.
Thus in order to treat muscle cramp, you should take alternative of dialysis to avoid its side effects and regulate the immune system and improve renal function.
If you do not want to live a life with many symptoms caused by ESRD, you should take proper and effective therapies to repair the injured kidney tissues and cells and improve some kidney function.
Systematic Toxin-Removing Treatment and Blood Pollution Therapy can cleanse the wastes products in the blood and remove blood stasis to build up a healthy blood environment for stimulating kidney self-healing and increasing medication efficiency. They are invented on the basis of TCM, which also can dilate blood vessels, improve blood circulation, prevent inflammation and coagulation, and provide nutrients and oxygen to kidney so as to help kidney function recovery. With the improved renal function, muscle cramp will be relieved well and High Creatinine Level and other symptoms also will be improved.
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