The kidneys are crucial to your health because they filter 10 to 150 quarts of blood each day to purify and cleanse the body....READ THE FULL ARTICLE FROM THE SOURCE

They are found beneath the rib cage. They help your body get rid of surplus and superfluous fluids, maintain good electrolyte balances, increase production of red blood cells, control blood pressure, and maintain strong, healthy bones.

The complete health is at danger if they are endangered or prevented. That is why it is crucial to learn to recognize the signals your body sends you that point to kidney disease and failure:

1. Changes in urination. You will have difficulty peeing, need to urinate frequently and in large amounts, have foamy urine, dark urine, less need to urinate, or less urine production.

2. Swellings. If the kidneys are not functioning properly, the body cannot expel extra fluid, which causes swellings and bloating of the face, joints, and limbs.

3. Mettalic taste in the mouth As a result of blood waste buildup, you may experience poor breath or a change in flavor. You may notice a significant change in the flavor of particular foods or a decrease in appetite if the kidneys are significantly damaged.

4. Fatigue. EPO (erythropoietin), a hormone that is in charge of creating red blood cells, which provide the body with the oxygen it needs, is produced by healthy kidneys.

You begin to feel tired and your brain and muscles begin to deteriorate if the red blood cell count is low. This is another typical indicator of severe anemia.

5. Pain. An upper back discomfort near the kidneys is another well-known indicator of kidney damage or failure, and this pain may also be accompanied by kidney infections or stones…..CONTINUE READING THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

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