IF YOUR KIDNEY IS IN DANGER, THE BODY WILL GIVE YOU THESE 8 SIGNS!
Kidneys are vital organs that are responsible for cleansing and detoxification or filtering about 150 quarts blood daily. These organs are responsible for excessive fluids or waste material from human organism. They actually regulate the levels of electrolytes and keep bones healthy and strong, make more red blood cells and stabilize the blood pressure. That is essential for the entire functions of human body.
At patients where the functioning of kidney tissue is greatly diminished, their overall health is at risk.
Below in this article we are going to write about problems linked to kidney damage or failure, how to recognize these problems and prevent them.
Some of the most obvious and earliest signs are:
Dark urine, less frequent urinating in small amounts
Pressure during the process
Many urge to urinate during the night
Pale color of urine, frequent and in large amounts
At the moment when kidneys start to fail at their “job”, that actually means that they can’t get rid of excess fluids and that will cause the patient’s face bloated and swollen, same as the joints and limbs.
Healthy kidneys produce EPO (erythropoietin) which is hormone that makes more red blood cells which bring oxygen to where it is necessary. But, in cases when the number of red blood cells is lowered, there occurs fatigue that has an impact on the brain and muscles too. In some cases, that is sign of severe anemia.
RASH OF THE SKIN
Experts explain that waste buildup in our body can be linked to kidney failure. When that happens, the patients’ skin gets a lot of rashes and itching. Namely, the waste gets piled up in the blood and makes the skin look unhealthy, dry and irritated. Although body lotions, creams and cosmetics can alleviate the situation a little bit, still the problem is not solved.
TASTE OF METAL IN THE MOUTH/METALLIC TASTE
If there is waste accumulated in the blood it may change your taste to foods. It can even cause bad breath. Severe change in certain foods or poor appetite is another sign of kidney damage.
SHORTNESS OF BREATH
Even though this is common issue, in some cases it is linked with kidney damage. Namely, if the body doesn’t have enough oxygen, the reason for that is low number of red blood cells that deliver the oxygen everywhere in the body. This amount of these blood cells is connected with the harmful piled up toxins in the lungs.
BAD CONCENTRATION AND DIZZINESS
Clear sign of serious anemia is the bad oxygen flow to the brain, but that also can be symptom of kidney failure. If you notice that your focus is messed up and you have problems with concentration, if you have light headed and dizzy and memory troubles, you should visit medical expert.
Another symptom of this condition is ache in the upper back (the same area more or less where kidneys are placed). In most cases this pain is triggered by infections or kidney stones.
Our recommendation is to include healthier foods in your diet and have more antioxidant foods or supplements. On this way your kidneys will work properly and will process good material.