Since the kidneys filter waste products from the body, Kidney Failure puts patient at risk for an accumulation of these harmful substances. Symptoms of Renal Failure include nausea, exhaustion, confusion and build up of fluid. If left untreated, the disease can be life-threatening. However, therapy is available for this disorder and its symptoms such as nausea.
Normal, kidney function to filter the blood and remove wastes, control blood
pressure, conserve electrolytes and stimulate the production of red blood cells.
When the kidneys do not function properly, extra fluids and wastes back up into
the rest of the body. Kidney Failure can be caused when there is any
interference of blood flow to the kidneys.
Cause of nausea in Kidney Failure
▪ Hyponatremia. This may occur due to 1) fluid build up in the body or over
intravenous transfusion; 2) improperly restriction of salt intake; 3) severe
damages of renal tubules; 4) improper use of diuretics.
▪ High levels of urea nitrogen. The urea will be resolved by the urease in
the stomach and intestine, thus irritating the gastrointestinal mucosa and
causing inflammation and ulcer.
▪ Metabolic acidosis. Since the kidneys are not able to discharge the
metabolic products out of the body, massive acid metabolites will collect in the
body, leading the metabolic acidosis.
How to effectively ease nausea in Kidney Failure?
In order to ease this symptom, patients should eliminate the underlying cause
and recover the normal excretion function of the kidneys. Numerous clinical
practises have shown that Immunotherapy has tremendous effects in treating
Immunotherapy can promote the blood circulation of the whole body, improve
the excretion of metabolic wastes like urea nitrogen. In addition, Immunotherapy
can function to recover the kidney function over time so patients can live a