Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

If You Have Any Of THESE Symptoms You May Have Kidney Disease.

The human body is perfectly built for everything to work in sync and collaborative. Our kidneys are one of the most important organs in the body. The bean-shaped organs has many roles but regulating regulating blood pressure, maintaining electrolyte concentrations, and keeping the body’s temperature constant, are among the top duties.

The kidneys also remove the waste from our metabolism in addition to blood filter. There are an endless functions these super organs do that it’s easy to overlook them and assume we are healthy and strong. Nonetheless, it is very important we understand our body and recognize when something is slightly off.

The kidneys will quietly let us know something is not right through symptoms in our bodies. Take a look at the signs your body gives to let you know something is not right.

The bean shaped organs are located in the upper abdominal cavity.

Maintaining an unhealthy diet contributes to renal calculus, better known as kidney stones. The small mineral deposits can be passed through the urine. Nonetheless, when they grow bigger they block the passage through the urethra. This may be a sign of kidney disease.

The bean shaped organs are located in the upper abdominal cavity.

Mayo Foundation

It's not normal to always feel tired.

The feeling of always feeling tired and lethargic may be due to toxins in the blood. The build up affects kidney function, leading to anemia.

It's not normal to always feel tired.

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When everyone is wearing a T-shirt outside but you are freezing.

Feeling extremely cold when you know it's quite warm outside could be due to kidney disease.

When everyone is wearing a T-shirt outside but you are freezing.

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Uric acid stones can be avoided by making dietary changes.

Eating too much meat and fish can increase uric acid in the urine. This can result in uric acid stones.

Uric acid stones can be avoided by making dietary changes.

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Look for swollen feet.

When the kidneys are not working at full capacity, sodium retention in the body goes up. This results in swollen feet and ankles. Please note, this can also be a sign of heart disease.

Look for swollen feet.

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