Signs That Your Kidney Is In Danger


The following vitals have a location right under the rib cage. They are responsible for cleansing & detox i.e. filtering 10-150 quarts blood daily. This is essential for all the body functions & keeping the blood healthy too. The kidneys are responsible for excessive fluids or waste materials from the organism. They regulate the levels of electrolytes & keep bones healthy & strong, make more red blood cells & stabilize the blood pressure.

If the kidneys are in trouble & can no longer function, as usual, the health is in big trouble. You should be able to recognize & prevent problems linked to kidney damage or failure.
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When it comes to chronic disease, your kidneys aren’t always top of mind. But knowing about kidney disease can save lives.


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Know if you are at risk for kidney disease. If you have diabetes, high blood pressure, family history of kidney disease or a kidney disorder, you are at risk.



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Swelling

When kidney starts to fail at their job, they can get rid of excess fluids less & less & this will make the face bloated & swollen, also the joints & limbs.

Urination Changes

Trouble urinating. The pressure during the process. Dark urine. Less frequent urinating & with small amounts. Pale color of urine, frequent & large amounts. Foamy urine. Urge to urinate during the night. Skin rash. The waste builds up in our body can be linked to kidney failure-- the skin gets a lot of rashes & itching. All the waste gets piled up in the blood & makes the skin look unhealthy, dry & irritated.

Fatigue

If the kidneys are healthy, they produce EPO (Erythropoietin), a hormone that makes more red blood cells which bring oxygen to where is needed. If the red blood cells number is lowered, fatigue will occur & it will have an impact on the brain & muscle too. This is also a sign of severe anemia.

Shortness of Breath

If the body doesn't have enough oxygen, it is because of a low number of red cells that deliver the oxygen everywhere. The amount of these blood cells is connected to the harmful piled up toxins in the lungs.

Taste of Metal in the Mouth/Metallic Taste

The waste accumulated in the blood will change your taste to foods & even cause bad breath all the time. Another sign of Kidney damage is a severe change in certain foods or poor appetite.

Pain

The ache in the upper back is another symptom of this condition -- That is the same area more or less where kidneys are placed. Pain can be triggered even more by infections or kidney stones.

Bad Concentration & Dizziness

Bad oxygen flow to the brain is a clear sign of serious anemia, but also kidney failure. It will mess up the focus & concentration, make you light headed & dizzy & cause memory troubles.

Incorporate healthier foods into your diet & have more antioxidant foods or supplements so your kidneys will work at their best & process good material too.
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