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Excessively Hungry After Dialysis: Reason and Treatment

“My aunt is in kidney failure due to diabetes and is going to dialysis three times a week. She has been excessively hungry after dialysis and cannot seem to get enough to eat.”. This is a question from our mail box chinakidneytherapy@gmail.com. What causes this and how to treat this condition. Here Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital will tell you what to do.

Excessively Hungry After Dialysis: Reason and Treatment

1. What causes excessively hungry after dialysis?

Actually hungry is not from dialysis. It is the complication of diabetes. Every cell in our body replies on sugar from the blood for food, but they need insulin to get to the sugar. It is insulin that moves sugar from the blood to the cells. If there is not enough insulin, or if it is not working very well, sugar accumulates in the blood while at the same time, it is not enough getting into the cells where it is needed. The cells do not realize that there is lots of sugar just beyond their membranes, all they know is that they are not getting any and so they send out the message: let’s eat.

Dialysis is a common treatment for kidney failure patients. It helps discharge wastes and excess fluid from your body but it cannot regulate your blood sugar. Therefore, why you still suffer from excessively hungry or thirsty after dialysis.

2. Is there any way to stop excessively hungry after dialysis?

Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital recommends Chinese Medicines that are effective and natural treatment for kidney failure caused by diabetes. Chinese medicines treat diabetes from the following aspects:

Chinese medicines can reduce insulin resistance and improve the pancreatic function. This can keep diabetes under good control so that further kidney damage can be stopped.

Chinese medicines can expand blood vessels, improve blood circulation and increase more blood flow to kidneys. This can relieve hypoxia-anoxia state and prevent renal fibrosis.

More importantly, Chinese Medicines can repair injured kidney tissues and stimulate the self-healing ability of injured kidney cells through dilating blood vessels, preventing inflammation and coagulation, degrading extracellular matrix and providing nutrients. When kidney function is improved, symptoms from kidney failure like swelling, high blood pressure, protein in urine and anemia can all get controlled effectively.

Chinese Medicines can stop excessively hungry after dialysis from the root. If you have any question or want to know more information, you can leave a message below or consult our online doctor directly.

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