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Skin itching is a commonly seen in chronic kidney disease and it also make patients discomforts and disturb patients’ normal life. And patients are not willing to take western medicines due to its potential side effects. Therefore, more and more patients are looking for the natural ways to relieve this symptom.
In Shijiazhuang kidney Disease Hospital, China, after years of research and experience accumulation, many natural treatments which focus on treating kidney disease are created based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
Firstly, let’s see the how does skin itching occur in kidney disease patients.
1. Accumulation of wastes and toxins
2. High phosphorus level and low calcium level
3. Decreased renal function
For these reasons of itchy skin, we list a natural remedy to relieve the skin problems for kidney disease patients, called Hot Compress Therapy.
Well then, how does Hot Compress Therapy work on skin itching for patients?
Hot Compress Therapy is an external application of Chinese medical herbs. It is applied the certain acupoints to manage kidney disease. To be specific, hot compress on bilateral Shenshu acupoints is to micro-process medicinals that eliminate toxins and recover original qi, and apply them on Shenshu acupoints externally. In such a way, the aim of cleansing toxin can be attained, with pathogenic toxin removed and original qi restored. In addition, when the active ingredients enter into kidney lesion, they can store in the body and provide the nutrition to the blood so that there is a good internal environment for kidneys self-repairing. As long as kidney function can be enhanced, kidney can work normally as they did once. Accordingly, the extra wastes and toxins will be discharged out of the body. And the electrolyte level in the body also remains balance. Thus numerous symptoms also disappear gradually, let alone skin itching.
If you are still confused about how to deal with skin problems with kidney disease, you might as well try this natural remedy. Please feel free to contact our doctors online directly or email us to firstname.lastname@example.org and we do sincerely you can recover as early as possible.