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CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease) is a condition which can trigger numerous symptoms and discomforts. Some patients are tortured by the dizziness and they may have the concern: is dizziness common with chronic kidney disease?
Actually, dizziness is the common complication for those suffer from chronic kidney disease, which are related to other related symptoms of kidney disease.
Anemia is a common symptom of CKD. It occurs as the kidneys fail to produce a hormone,called EPO which can stimulate the production of red blood cells in body. Other causes of anemia may be low level of iron, inadequate folic acid. As red blood cells can carry oxygen to brain tissues, inadequate oxygen supply to brain can give rise to headache and dizziness.
Sleep disorders commonly occur in CKD. Sleep apnea syndrome, shortness of breath, restless leg syndrome, muscle cramps, etc, can affect the sleep quality significantly. If the patient do not get the enough high-quality sleep, they may experience headache. Meanwhile, dizziness may occur.
Nerve problems easily occur since the wastes and toxins accumulate in the body with blood circulation. Those harmful substance thereby cause nerve damages, and then patients have dizziness.
High Blood Pressure is one leading cause of kidney damage, in turn, kidney disease also can raise blood pressure. It is due to retention of fluid in body and increased production of renin by kidneys. High blood pressure is an important cause of headache and dizziness in CKD.
Through the above analysis, we can see that dizziness is relatively common with kidney disease. To relieve the condition, it is important to take the corresponding treatments and develop a healthy diet and lifestyles. If you want to know more details, please do feel free to contact our Online Doctor or email to email@example.com and we will do our best to help you.