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Muscle Tremors and Renal Failure

Muscle Tremors and Renal FailureIn Renal Failure, kidneys are unable to maintain the stable internal environment and filter blood properly. Then, a lot of symptoms and complications appear, while muscle tremors or cramp is just one of these problems.

If kidney failure patients haven't begun dialysis, muscle tremors are more likely to be due to the following conditions.

High phosphorus and low calcium levels: With the decline of kidney function, kidneys can't eliminate extra phosphorus effectively. As blood phosphorus level increases, more calcium is pulled out, resulting in low calcium level. Besides, low-protein diet plan usually can't meet patients' calcium need. This is one direct cause of muscle tremors.

Poor blood circulation: Failed kidneys fail to cleanse the blood effectively, so a lot of waste chemicals and toxins build up in the blood and the body can't produce enough red blood cells. Deposits of waste products and renal anemia cause less blood and oxygen to provide for muscle, and then muscle cramps occur easily.

Electrolyte imbalance: In addition to purifying blood, maintaining electrolyte balance is another important kidney function. However, electrolyte disorder happens commonly in renal failure, while muscle tremor is one sign of renal failure.

However, if kidney failure patients have begun dialysis, muscle tremors often appear easily.

To live with kidney dialysis better, kidney patients need to restrict their fluid intake strictly. However, some patients drink extra fluid during dialysis sessions. Then, a lot of fluid should be filtered out of the body during dialysis treatments that is one common reason of muscle tremors for dialysis patients.

Now, we have known the causes of muscle tremors for kidney failure patients. From this point, patients should find out what causes their muscle problems before taking any treatment. To get individual suggestions or home remedies, you can consult the doctor online or leave a message below.

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