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Body itching or skin itching is a common skin’s symptom for patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), which is a characterized with progressive loos in renal function over time. The symptom affects patients life quality seriously. Then, is there any treatment can treat the condition?
Before knowing the treatment, you’d better find out the possible causes of body itching.
Kidneys are responsible for discharging extra wastes and toxins from the body, but also are in charge of keeping electrolyte and acid-base balance. In addition, kidneys help regulate blood pressure and active vitamin D. However, when your kidneys are attacked by some factors, they cannot do a good job. Then, your body will suffer from numerous disorders. Itching skin can be caused by the following conditions:
1. Accumulation of wastes and toxins in the body
2. High phosphorus level in the blood
Those are the general causes of itching skin, usually, it is accompanied with insomnia, bone problems, nausea, vomiting and so on. Therefore, it is important to solve body itching.
Well then, how to relieve the itchy body?
According to its causes, we focus on relieving itching through purifying blood and repairing kidney damage. From the view, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a good choice for CKD patients. It is an external application of Chinese herbal medicine under the help of osmosis device. The active ingredients in the medicine has the function of absorbing wastes products, then crashing then and permeate into kidney lesions directly. Then, the medicines can help promote blood circulation, remove blood clots and relieve inflammatory reactions and so on. More important, it can balance the electrolyte and supply necessary nutrients to the body. Through the above functions, kidney cells’ self-handling ability can be enhanced and GFR also can be well improved. Eventually, skin itching can be well relieved.
Besides, CKD patients should also pay more attention to their daily diet. More info, you can talk with our Online Doctor or email to firstname.lastname@example.org