CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE

CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE

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Our kidneys are a pair of organs located toward your lower back. These are located  on each side of our spine. It filters our blood and removes toxins from our body. Our kidney sends toxins to our bladder and later removes toxins during urination.
Kidney failure occurs when your kidneys lose the ability to filter waste from your blood as it is required. Many factors that can interfere with your kidney health and function
·         Exposure to environmental pollution which contains toxins
·         Usage of certain medications
·         Severe dehydration
·         Acute and chronic diseases
·         Kidney injury
·         Immune disorder
·         High blood pressure
·         Diabetes
·         Reduction of blood flow to kidneys, which may be related to dehydration, heart attack and direct injury on kidneys

Your body becomes overloaded with toxins if your kidneys can’t do their regular job. This can lead to kidney failure and even be life-threatening if it’s left untreated.

Symptoms of Chronic Kidney Disease

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) usually seen worse very slowly, and symptoms may not appear until your kidneys are severely damaged. In the late stages of Chronic kidney disease, as you are closer to kidney failure (ESRD), you may notice some symptoms that are caused by toxins  and extra fluid building up in your body.

You may notice one or more of the following symptoms if your kidneys starts to fail:

Itching
Muscle cramps
Persistent Nausea and vomiting
Not feeling hungry
Swelling in your feet and ankles
Trouble catching your breath/ unexplained shortness of breath
Trouble sleeping
Reduced amount of urine or Too much urine  
Excessive drowsiness or fatigue


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