The kidneys, which are located in the back of the abdomen, are vital for the human body and are in charge of many processes. Detoxification and cleansing the system is their major function as they filter blood and produce urine.
Kidneys remove excess waste and fluid from the body, balance electrolytes, regulate blood pressure, increase the number of red blood cells, and support bone health. In brief, they are critical to maintain life.
In case their function is compromised, the entire body is put at great risk. Therefore, knowing how to recognize the symptoms of kidney disorder is of utmost importance. Below you have a list of 8 signs telling that your kidney `s function is endangered:
Healthy kidneys produce erythropoietin, a hormone which increases the number of red blood cells. A low red blood cell count leads to fatigue as well as problems with the muscles and brain. The same signs may be attributed to anemia.
Pain in the area surrounding the kidneys is a typical sign of kidney stones or urinary tract infection.
3. POOR CONCENTRATION AND DIZZINESS
Both kidney failure and severe anemia lead to an insufficient flow of oxygen to the brain, leading to poor concentration, memory problems, and dizziness.
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