High creatinine level is one of leading indicators to reflect kidney function. And patients with high creatinine level will have many symptoms, such as dehydration, confusion, shortness of breath and weakness or fatigue. How does excess creatinine cause fatigue? How to deal with this problem?
The normal range of creatinine level
The normal range of creatinine level in adults is 0.5-1.1mg/dl for female and 0.6-1.2mg/dl for male. As long as your creatinine level beyonds this normal range, it is easy to induce some discomforts.
How does excess cratinine cause fatigue?
Generally speaking, high creatinine level is a indirect cause of fatigue instead of an direct factor. Kidney disease is an underlying factor to cause fatigue and high creatinine level. In a right condition, this kind of waste can be discharged out of the body. Once kidneys are damaged, extra creatinine will build up in the body. Accompanied with decline of kidney function, symptoms like fatigue, anemia, headache, etc will occur.
How to deal with fatigue caused by high creatinine level?
Through the above analysis, we can know that improving kidney function is the primary solution for fatigue. In order to achieve this goal, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is highly recommended here.
This therapy is an alternative treatment for managing kidney disease. With the help of effective osmosis devices, the effective medicine are permeated into kidney lesions by external application thus achieving the goal of eliminating fatigue and enhancing kidney function. Along with the promotion of kidney function, high creatinine level will go down and fatigue can also be eliminated.
Besides, what I want to stress is that patients should avoid strenuous exercises. On one hand, excessive exercises can produce more creatine which can increase high risk of high creatinine, on the other hand, excessive exercises also can aggravate the degree of weakness and fatigue.
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