THE BODY WILL GIVE YOU THESE 8 SIGNS IF YOUR KIDNEY IS IN DANGER
The kidneys are responsible for cleaning the body out of toxins and is able to filter 10-150 quarts blood daily. They are highly important for proper body function as the excess amount of waste is being
These are the symptoms:
Metallic taste in the mouth – the toxin and waste buildup in the blood changes the taste of the food and can cause bad breath. Kidney damage can also be indicated through poor appetite and severe change in some foods.
Pain in the kidney area – this might indicate kidney stones or infection of the urinary tract.
Dizziness and poor concentration – severe anemia and kidney failure can lead to poor oxygen flow to the brain, ending up in memory issues, dizziness, light-headedness, and poor concentration.
Changes in the urine
- Foamy urine;
- Pale color, frequent urination, and in large amounts;
- Trouble urinating;
- Dark urine, less frequent urinating, and urinating small amounts;
- Urges to urinate during the night;
- Pressure during urinating.
Swellings – when they do not function properly, the kidneys fail to eliminate the excess fluids from the body and lead to swellings and bloating of the joints, face, and limb.
Fatigue – a hormone called EPO or erythropoietin is produced by healthy kidneys and it increases the number of red blood cells that carry the oxygen to the rest parts of the body. If their number is decreased, then it can lead to fatigue as well as brain and muscle issues. These symptoms might be due to severe anemia.
Skin rashes – when the kidneys fail to function properly, accumulation of waste can appear, and it can cause itching and skin rashes. When the waste is built up in the blood, the skin becomes irritated, dry, and unhealthy. Creams and lotions cannot help as the issue is internal.
Breath shortness – when the red blood cells are reduced because of accumulated toxins in the lungs, the amount of oxygen in the body is reduced.
You have to consume healthy foods, foods that are high in antioxidants, and supplements to support proper function of the kidneys. Take proper care of your overall health.