5 Early But Dangerous Signs That You May Have Kidney Disease


Without our kidneys, our body would be unable to function at all, which is why kidney disease can be such a tragic and dangerous condition.

Knowing the symptoms of kidney disease can help you get the treatment you need to feel your best.

1. Urinary disorders

If you have some kind of problem with urinating the problem is in your kidneys. It may also result in completely opposite symptoms, like dark urine, less urine than normal, difficulties urinating, a feeling of pressure while urinating, or bloody urine.

2. Swelling in certain parts of the body

The toxins, if not properly eliminated from the body with the help of kidneys, start to accumulate in other body parts like the feet, arms, face, legs, and ankles.

3. Pain in the lower back

Renal impairment may often be manifested by pain in the lower back, on one body side at first, and then on both sides. Usually, people feel more intense on the side on which they sleep.

4. Dryness, rash, itchy skin

If the renal function is disturbed, toxins accumulate in the blood, resulting in skin dryness, a persistent itching, and rash. These skin issues are important symptoms of a disturbed renal function, so you should never ignore them, nor treat them with some ointments and creams.

5. Fatigue

The kidneys produce erythropoietin, a hormone that assists the red blood cell formation, which carries oxygen. In the case of a reduced number of red blood cells, a person may experience constant fatigue, lack of oxygen in the cells, and anemia.

How To Maintain Healthy Kidneys

In order to restore the proper function, you may need to make some changes in your lifestyle and diet, and start consuming healthy foods, but avoid cadmium-rich products.

Furthermore, you should drink plenty of natural juices, like unsweetened cranberry juice, as well as natural teas from cranberries, thistle, and corn silk.

Source: Healthy Food Headlines