Find out how to maintain kidney health in the summer and what are the symptoms of kidney failure.
Frequent urination, discoloration of the urine, dizziness, foaming at the mouth, irritability during urination, swelling around the eyes, weakness, nausea, vomiting, dry skin, low hemoglobin, sudden onset of high blood pressure Pain or abdominal pain are some of the symptoms of kidney damage.
Foam-like urination, more or less urinary incontinence, blood in the urine, urinary tract infections, frequent urination, inability to urinate, and irritability when urinating.
Swelling or blockage of the ankles, feet, hands, especially the face can occur when the kidneys are unable to expel the unwanted water that has accumulated in the body.
Fatigue / Anemia
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.
When the function of the kidneys decreases, the body accumulates more wastes. This can cause more rashes and rashes on the skin.
Decreased activity of the brain
Lack of oxygen to the brain can lead to forgetfulness, inattention, and dizziness.
Feeling cold often due to anemia. For some, it can be unbearably cold even when the sun is shining.
Shortness of breath
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.