Our vital organs, located under the rib cage are responsible for cleansing and detox. They filter about 10- 150 quarts of blood daily. They keep our blood healthy and are essential for all the body functions.
Kidneys are responsible for removing the waste material and excessive fluids from our whole organism. They regulate the levels of electrolytes, keep our bones in a healthy and strong state, make more red blood cells and stabilize the pressure.
When the kidneys are no longer able to function, the health becomes endangered. Here are some symptoms linked to kidney damage or failure. Read them carefully if you want to recognize them and prevent the damage on time:
Swelling – Your face will star being bloated and swollen along with the joints and limbs if the kidneys start to failure. If they do not do their job properly and cannot get rid of excessive fluids swelling starts to appear.
Changes in urination
- Trouble while urinating
- Pressure during the process
- Dark urine, less frequent urinating in small amounts
- Pale color of urine, frequent urinating in large amounts
- Foamy urine
- Urge to urinate during night
Rash–Rash and itching is usually linked to kidney failure. The waste is getting piled up in the blood and due to it the skin looks unhealthy, dry and irritated. Cosmetics cannot solve the problem which comes from the inside if the rash is caused directly by the kidneys but can ease it up a little bit on the outside.
Fatigue – When our kidneys are healthy they produce EPO (erythropoietin) – a hormone that makes more red blood cells which bring oxygen. If its number of cells is lowered, than fatigue appears and the brain and muscles are on impact, too. Anemia is represented by this sign also.
Shortness of breath – This is a common problem linked to kidney damage. When the body does not have enough oxygen due to low number of red blood cells this is happening. Amount of these important blood cells is directly connected to harmful piled up toxins inside the lungs.
Metallic taste in mouth – When the waste is accumulating inside the blood, the taste of food and bad breath will begin to change. Poor appetite and severe change in certain foods are also signs of kidney damage.
Pain – This condition is also represented by ache in the upper back in the area where the kidneys are. Pain can be more present by infections of stones in kidney.
Bad concentration and dizziness – Anemia is represented by bad oxygen flow to the brain and also in case of kidney failure. Your focus and concentration will be messed, memory troubles will occur and you will feel dizzy.
Provide you kidneys with healthy food rich in antioxidants in order to make them work better and process better!