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Exhaustion and IgA Nephropathy: How to Improve It

Exhaustion and IgA Nephropathy: How to Improve ItWith IgA Nephropathy, you may feel very exhausted even after a good rest. And with the progression of IgA Nephropathy, this feeling may become worse. How to improve this condition?

Why you feel exhausted with IgA Nephropathy?

-Exhaustion may be associated with anemia.

Anemia is closely associated with kidney function impairment. And with the progression of IgA Nephropathy, anemia becomes worse and worse. Anemia means there are less red blood cells to transport oxygen. If your muscles can not get enough oxygen, you become tired easily.

-Exhaustion may result from poor sleeping quality.

When your kidney function declines, waste builds up in the blood, which can stimulate your nerve, leading to restless leg syndrome and some other symptoms. They may affect your sleeping quality. If you can not sleep well in the evening, you feel tired in the day.

-Exhaustion may be related with malnutrition.

IgA Nephropathy patients are often asked to follow a restricted diet. Sometimes the patients can not control their diet very well. Malnutrition may make you weak.

How to boost your energy with IgA Nephropathy?

Though you feel very weak with IgA Nephropathy, you should do some gentle exercise, such as walking, jogging and bicycling. Exercises can strengthen your muscles so as to boost your energy. But you should avoid overwork, because overwork lowers immunity, which may worsen your kidney disease. In addition, if you have anemia or malnutrition, you should treat them, which also helps you improve your poor condition.

Besides, you should receive treatment to control IgA Nephropathy. IgA Nephropathy is an auto immune disease, so we should set about regulate the abnormal immune system. Immunotherapy can block immune reaction in the kidneys, cleanse immune complexes and increase the kidneys’ tolerance to those immune complexes so as to cease inflammation. This therapy can also improve blood circulation to help the inflammatory kidney tissues to repair themselves. After a period of treatment, your damaged kidneys restore their function and then you will feel energetic.

If you are interested in our treatment, please feel free to contact us at igacure@gmail.com.

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