Sign And Symptoms of Kidney Disease

Any loss of kidney function can impair red blood cells counts and cause many other kidney disease symptoms. A person with kidney disease can sometimes pres…

With a loss of kidney function from the stress of chronic diseases, toxins build-up in the kidneys instead of being excreted and secondary problems arise; like high blood pressure or anemia. Recognizing kidney disease symptoms early can actually help to avoid permanent damage, also known as chronic kidney disease.

Normally the kidneys balance a variety of substances that leave and enter the blood stream through its filtration system. These essential organs are in control of the equilibrium of electrolytes (sodium, calcium and potassium) in our bloodstream and they are responsible for urine formation. The kidneys also play a vital role in red blood cell formation as well as many metabolic hormones. Most kidney failureare manifestations of an imbalance in one of these processes.

Some evidence of chronic kidney weakness can include lower back pain, tinnitus (ringing in the ears), premature graying of the hair, constant exhaustion, impotence and frigidity, excessive urination, wheezing and morning diarrhea. These are all indicators of waste products containing nitrogen and ammonia building-up in the kidneys, and if left untreated, they ultimately cause disease.

Abnormal characteristics of urine output are also relative kidney disease symptoms. Any urine with cloudiness or foul odor can mean the presence of blood, bile, bacteria or large amounts of toxins in the system. Many health care providers and natural healers will monitor urine qualities to gauge renal status while caring for someone with chronic kidney disease.

Recurrent bladder, UTI, kidney infections and stones are more serious signs of kidney disease. These occur when there is a significant loss of cellular vitality within the urinary tract and will need to be addressed on a deeper level. They are often treated heavily with prescription medications, but natural alternatives are always a safer option.

The best practice in eliminating most anemia from kidney disease is to replace any loss of filtration by cleaning out the cellular matrix through detoxification. Any garbage that is held in the cells of the urinary tract will clog up the natural order of fluid exchange and this is considered a major underlying cause of renal malfunction.  Many herbal supplements, teas and superfoods are available to aid in kidney detoxification.

Key dietary changes can be made to regain kidney health; most importantly focusing on the control of electrolyte levels through nutrition therapy and proper hydration. Another area to focus on is the intake of acidic and high protein foods; since the end product of these is extremely hard for the kidneys to breakdown. This includes avoiding highly refined carbohydrates and simple sugars.

Allopathic medicine regards chronic kidney disease as an irreversible dilemma, but modern holistic healers have found great results with dietary changes, supplementation and adjustments to activity levels. Many people have been able to heal their kidneys completely.

Avoiding direct causes of kidney disease symptoms and making basic lifestyle modifications are important ways of creating a healing environment for your body.