Do you often feel tired with FSGS? Do you know what causes it? How to combat fatigue due to FSGS? With these questions, let’s have a look at the following article.
-To correct your anemia
Anemia is a common complication of kidney disease. It means there are not so many red blood cells in body. As a result, oxygen can not be carried to the muscles. And then you get tired easily. To correct anemia, you can try EPO and iron tablets, which can be prescribed by your doctor.
-To take part in some exercises
To do exercises regularly can make your muscles strong, and then you feel energetic. It can also strengthen your immunity to help fight against the disease. Gentle exercises are recommended, such as walking, yoga, tai chi, jogging, etc. As to the duration and intensity of exercises, it depends on your physical condition.
-To follow a renal-friendly diet
To have a good control of disease, protein restrictions are recommended. But restriction does not mean you should avoid it. And when protein is limited, you should increase carbohydrate to provide energy. Food rich in carbohydrate includes carrots, potatoes, cereals, rice, apple, tomatoes, grapes, etc.
-To promote kidney function
Fatigue is an reflection of declined kidney function. To combat it, the fundamental way is to promote kidney function. Chinese medicine is recommended. It can draw toxins out of renal cells and expel wastes from the blood to set up a clean body internal environment. It can also expand blood vessels and remove stasis to increase blood flow into kidneys to improve ischemia and anoxia. After a period of treatment, your fatigue feeling will disappear and you will become energetic. Keep on treatment, your kidney function will improve gradually.
Fatigue is not a very severe symptom of FSGS, so it is often ignored by patients. But in some cases, it can affect your life severely. Therefore, it is necessary for you to have a knowledge of how to combat fatigue. For more information on FSGS treatment, please leave a message below or send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org.