Kidney problem: 'Silent killer' can be kidney disease, do not ignore these symptoms

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Kidney Health: To keep the kidney healthy, you need to adopt a healthy lifestyle. You should pay attention to the symptoms and treatment of kidney disease in time.

There are 2 kidneys in the body, which work to remove toxins from the blood. But if there is any problem in the kidney, then it affects the whole body. Millions of people are troubled by different types of kidney-related diseases. The disturbing thing is that many times people are not able to know about kidney disease. That is why kidney disease is called a 'silent killer'. Most people come to know about kidney problems when the disease takes a severe form. Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is one of the eighth leading causes of mortality in India. Many times people do not understand the symptoms due to kidney problems. Some people even ignore the symptoms. In such a situation, you need to be very careful. If there is a history of high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, metabolic syndrome, coronary artery disease, and kidney failure in your family, then you should keep getting regular checkups done after the age of 60 years. Know what are the signs of kidney problems.

1- If there is any kind of problem in the kidney, you may see swelling near the ankles, feet, and heels in the initial signs.
2- If there is a problem with the kidney, then there is the complaint of edema. In this, there is swelling around the eyes, which occurs due to the accumulation of fluid in the cells.
3- Weakness is a common symptom due to kidney problems. In this, there is a lot of fatigue in the beginning and it becomes difficult to do more activity.
4- Appetite decreases due to kidney failure. Toxins like urea, creatinine, acid start accumulating in the body itself, due to which the appetite decreases and the taste also changes.
5- In the symptoms of kidney failure, there is a feeling of nausea and vomiting in the morning. This can happen while brushing teeth in the morning. This also leads to loss of appetite.

Keep kidney healthy like this

1- Drink plenty of water to keep the kidney healthy. Try to drink warm water, due to which the kidney gives out sodium, urea, and toxins from the body.
2- To keep the kidney healthy, eat less salt food. For this, avoid packaged and restaurant food.
3- To keep the kidney healthy, eat healthy food and control your weight.
4- To keep your kidney healthy, keep checking the level of cholesterol from time to time.
5- Stay away from fried and sweet foods and eat lots of fruits and vegetables.

Disclaimer: Newscrab does not confirm the methods, methods, and claims mentioned in this article. Take these only as suggestions. Before following any such treatment/medication/diet, consult a doctor.