About 900 out of one million people in India have chronic kidney disease.
It is our kidneys that help in many ways to flush out the toxins in our body and keep the body healthy. About 900 out of 1million people in India have kidney disease, by health ministry.
The shocking news is that many people are unaware that they have kidney damage.
They only know when the disease is maturing. This should not be allowed to grow. If so, dialysis and kidney transplant surgery may be required. If there is a problem in our body it does not develop suddenly
You do not sleep one day you will not be able to work actively the next day. Similarly, if you are unable to concentrate on the work you do on a daily basis, or if you experience pain, itching, or stress, immediately consider the information your body sends you.
Because even if there is a small damage to the organs of the body, the body will send you the message.
With these symptoms you can detect that your kidneys are not working properly:
1. Bad Breath
Urea levels in the blood increase when the kidneys are not functioning properly. This urea breaks down into ammonia in saliva. This will turn the breath into a bad odor.
Healthy kidneys excrete waste and excess fluid from the blood. They also help build red blood cells. They also maintain the right amount of minerals in the body.
Itchy and dry skin indicate that the kidneys have failed to maintain a proper balance of minerals and nutrients, which can lead to bone and kidney disease. This can cause bad breath in our mouth.
When waste builds up in the blood, it changes the taste of the food and leaves a metallic taste in your mouth. Bad breath is another sign of high toxins and contamination in the blood if you have it.
When your kidneys are not functioning properly, toxins stay in the bloodstream without leaving the body through the urine.
Increasing the level of toxins makes it harder for you to sleep. So it is difficult to get a restful sleep when the kidney function is low.
When the kidneys do not properly filter out toxins, they stay in the blood. This creates a problem when you sleep daily.
People with chronic kidney disease usually suffer from shortness of breath called “sleep apnea”.
Shortness of breath is a disorder that causes one or more pauses in breathing when you are asleep. These pauses last from a couple of seconds to a minute.
After each pause, normal breathing returns with loud snoring. See a doctor immediately if you have these symptoms.
3. Anorexia and Nausea
Common symptoms of this problem are loss of appetite, abnormal mouth taste, and poor appetite.
When this worsens, the patient may experience vomiting and frequent hiccups when the level of toxins in the blood is high.
Some people experience frequent nausea. If nausea comes from excessive fever, it means that there are stones in the kidneys.
4. Swelling or Psoriasis
Swelling or blockage of the ankles, feet, feet, hands, especially the face, when the kidneys are unable to expel the unwanted water that has accumulated in the body.
The swelling of the face, or swelling of the feet and abdomen can betray these diseases. A notable feature of this is that the swellings first start on the face and start to touch the eyelids and become very apparent mainly in the morning.
Swelling of the face is a sign of kidney failure. But mere swellings are not enough symptoms.
Even kidneys that are working properly in some types of kidney repair can bring on inflammation. For a few, the swelling may go away.
But the kidneys are ruined to the extent indicated. As the function of the kidneys decreases, more wastes accumulate in the body.
This can cause more rashes and rashes on the skin. They do not remove excess fluid from the body if there is a disorder in the kidneys.
This leads to Na² retention which causes swelling in your ankles, legs and arms. Inflammation of the lower parts of the body can also lead to heart and liver disease or leg nerve problems.
Illness, initial pain, and attention deficit disorder are common symptoms of anemia. Symptoms like these can start when a person has a very bad kidney disease.
If anemia cannot be cured with common treatments, kidney failure can be confirmed. The kidneys secrete a hormone called erithropoietin. It helps carry oxygen and red blood cells.
Erythropoietin hormone levels decrease when the kidneys are affected. This reduces the amount of red blood cells that carry oxygen. This is what causes fatigue and anemia.
High blood pressure or hypertension are common in people with kidney failure. If it occurs at a young age, i.e. under the age of 35, or if high blood pressure is confirmed by a doctor, it may be due to kidney problems.
7. Back Pain and Shortness of Breath
Back pain is more common in people with polycystic ovary syndrome. Still others experience pain near the kidneys.
Very few people know this symptom. Lower back pain, body aches, itching and cramps in the legs are usually a reflection of kidney disease.
Stunting and short stature and flexion of the leg bones – these are all symptoms that can occur when children with kidney disease.
Shortness of breath is caused by a decrease in the amount of oxygen in the red blood cells and the retention of unwanted fluid in the intestines.