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Kidney Failure Patients with Shortness of Breath: Causes and Treatment

kidney failure patients with shortness of breath: causes and treatment

Kidney Failure Patients with Shortness of Breath: Causes and Treatment

Breathing is the most important part of sustaining the human’s lives. So we can imagine that shortness of breath is so painful. However, the kidney failure patients are suffering from the shortness of breath at all times. So I think they must want to know the causes and treatment to the shortness of breath. I hope the following information will help you a lot.

The causes of kidney failure patients with shortness of breath

1. Anemia

The kidney function is damaged seriously, so it can not produce the steroid erythropoietin(EPO). As we all know, the erythropoietin is the main substance to produce red blood cells. If there isn’t enough red blood cells , there will be less oxygen, which can lead to anemia directly .

2. Lung infection

The main function of the kidney is discharging the waste. While when the kidney is damaged, a large amount of waste , toxin and acidic material will built up in blood. Because of blood circulation, these wastes and toxins can reach to the lung , which can lead to lung infection. And the lung is the organ of exchanging gas, which can bring gas to other organs, so if the lung can not work normally , the kidney failure patients will feel shortness of breath.

3. Heart disease

The kidney is a very important organ of human body. And as the saying goes, “ a slight move in one part may affect the situation as a whole.” The damaged kidney can cause fluid retention , which can result in heart disease. And the shortness of breath is the main reflection of heart disease.

Treatment for kidney failure patients with shortness of breath

1. Managing your diet

If you are diagnosed with kidney failure and you have the shortness of breath , it is time for you to manage your diet. It is good for you to limit the fluid and salt intake, and the protein should also be control . You are supposed to quit smoking and drinking . The fresh fruit and vegetables are available to you.

2. Chinese medical treatment

Chinese medical bath, a natural and no side–effect therapy, has received many kidney failure patients’ compliment and recognition. It is easily to understand, the main process of medical bath is that, we boil the Chinese medicine into soup, them we mix them with hot water. When the temperature is comfortable, the patients are supposed to soak in the hot water. From a long time soaking, the patients will swear a lot, as a result, the waste including ureophil, potassium, phosphorus blood poison will get out of the body by the way of sweat. What’s more? The Chinese medicine will penetrate into your whole body though your pore, which can repair your damaged cells and vessel and improve your blood circulation. With your kidney function improved , the shortness of breath will be remitted .

If you are a kidney failure patients with shortness of breath , you can contact our online doctors , who are so professional on kidney disease. They will help you enthusiastic . If our online doctors are not online, you can leave messages to them , or you can send email to kidneyhospitalabroad@hotmail.com.

Any kidney problems? Please consult our online doctor. The satisfaction of patient is as high as 93%.

If it is possible for you to come to China for treatment, we have the confidence to give you the satisfying treatment effect.

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