Know the 6 silent symptoms of kidney disease so that you can protect yourself and stay healthy


 The kidneys are like an anonymous hero in our body that removes waste and excess material while it also controls salt, potassium and acid levels, which keeps blood pressure normal, increases the amount of vitamin D in the body.  And red blood cells stay at a balanced level. But kidney disease can be very painful and even fatal.

 The symptoms of kidney damage are quite obvious, but by the time people pay attention to them, the damage has been much greater. Sometimes, even if the kidneys are almost extinct, the symptoms do not appear, so avoid it.  Therefore, controlling blood sugar and blood pressure is the best precautionary measure. However, knowing the silent symptoms of kidney disease can also lead to life-saving, which should be consulted by a doctor.

 The function of the kidneys is to expel wastes from the body in the form of fluid or urine. If the functions of the kidneys slow down or do not work, this fluid begins to accumulate in the body, resulting in permanent swelling in some parts of the body such as the legs.  It seems.

Decreased urination

The kidneys excrete most of the waste in the form of urine, and if there is a problem with this organ, there is a normal decrease in urination, which can be a sign of kidney problems.

Excessive fatigue or drowsiness

 Kidney functions also include regulating an individual's hemoglobin levels. When this process is affected, there is a lack of blood, which results in reduced physical energy and you feel very tired or drowsy all the time.  Are

 Loss of appetite, nausea or difficulty thinking

 These problems occur when waste begins to accumulate in the body system instead of leaving the body and affecting other parts of the body such as the stomach and brain.

Increased blood pressure

Once the kidneys are damaged, they cannot control blood pressure effectively, resulting in increased blood pressure in the arteries, which further damages the kidneys by weakening the arteries.

Heartbeat disorder

If the kidneys are damaged, the amount of potassium in the body begins to increase, which is manifested in the form of abnormally fast heartbeat.

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