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Many patients with stage 4 kidney failure suffer from poor appetite after dialysis. How does this symptom occur? How to increase your appetite?
How does poor appetite occur after dialysis?
With the development of kidney disease, kidney function declines gradually. Dialysis is needed when your body occurs obvious symptoms or kidney function is severely damaged. However, dialysis will bring many side-effects to patients. Poor appetite is one of them.
If you take much water during dialysis intervals, dialysis will discharge them at one time. The sudden loss of water will cause low blood pressure, which will generate the feeling of dizziness, nausea and vomit. Those discomfortable feelings will lead to poor appetite.
Sometimes, dialysis is not done adequately. Some of the toxins will still stay in blood, which can not only damage kidneys, but also stimulate the intestinal tract, causing nausea, which is the main reason of poor appetite.
Many dialysis patients bare a heavy mental burden. They suffer a lot during dialysis and some are worried about their disease. They may be in bad mood all day. The depressed emotion will lead to poor appetite.
How to increase your appetite after dialysis?
Limit water intake during dialysis intervals can help increase your appetite.
Do adequate dialysis can fully discharge the extra toxins in blood, thus help increase your appetite.
Improving kidney function is the root method to increase your appetite. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is suggested. This is an externally used natural therapy. The aim of it is to repair the damaged kidney cells and improve kidney function. Once kidney function is improved, the extra toxins will be discharged. What’s more, dialysis intervals will be prolonged. If you want to know more about this therapy, you can ask the online doctor.
If you are suffering from poor appetite after dialysis in stage 4 kidney failure and you wanna more solutions, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below, the kidney doctor will give you a reply within 48 hours!
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