If your kidneys are at some risk, specific body parts start showing certain signs. Specific organs have specific functions to perform, in our body to maintain the health. The body’s urinary system consists of kidneys. The function of kidneys is the filtration of fluids and removal of toxins from our body.
Normally, the kidneys filter 10 to 150 quarts of blood each day. In this way, they detoxify and clear the blood. The part of the kidneys is critical because they maintain the balance in the fields of the body. They expel the waste and the additional liquids.
On the other hand, when the kidneys are at hazard, our wellbeing is in threat. Therefore, it is significant to identify the indications that our body reveals. In this way, we will be able to stop any further harm.
Here are the Signs that Indicate Kidney Damage
Swelling is one of the common and easily recognizable signs that reveal an issue with your kidneys. It happens because our body retains an excessive amount of water that causes the joints, limbs and the face to bloat.
2. Urinary Changes
1. Difficulty in urination
2. Pressure in urination
3. Urine is in dark or pale color
4. Urinating is more or less frequent than normal
5. The amount of the urine is small or large than normal
6. The Urine is foamy
7. Instant urges of the urinating
3. Sking Rashes
When there is an accumulation of the waste material and fluids in our body, there are particular changes in the skin. The skin becomes itchy and unhealthy. Skin manifests white rashes. The cosmetic products and skin care creams will not be of much help because the issue relates to your kidneys. We recommend an immediate medical checkup in this situation.
The function of kidneys is not only the removal of toxins but also the production of a hormone we know as Erythropoietin (EPO). This hormone stimulates the production of the RBCs (Red blood cells) in our body. These blood cells carry the oxygen to different parts of our body. When there are not enough red blood cells in the body, the amount of oxygen required by the various regions of the body will not reach the destination. In this way, your brain and body will experience fatigue.
According to the same phenomenon described above, the less amount of oxygen causes the accumulation of toxins in our lungs. Therefore, it will cause the breath to shorten by causing a problem in the lungs.
The accumulation of waste material in the organs and disturbed function of the kidney can lead you to bad breath. The same problem also causes a change in the taste of the food you eat. You will feel a metallic taste in your food.
If the amount of oxygen is low in the blood due to abnormal function of RBCs, it not only indicates anemia but also some real issue with your kidneys. The will make your head dizzy and disturb your focus. You will become less attentive and forgetful.