Kidney Disease

Kidney disease is a serious condition that can lead to the gradual loss of kidney function, resulting in waste buildup in the body.

Whether it’s caused by underlying health issues, genetic factors, or lifestyle choices, kidney disease can impair your overall health, decrease quality of life, and impact daily activities.

You might have kidney disease if you have:

Swelling in your legs, ankles, or feet
Difficulty concentrating or feeling fatigued
Changes in urination frequency or appearance
  • High blood pressure or diabetes
  • Chronic kidney infections or glomerulonephritis
  • Genetic conditions like polycystic kidney disease
  • Prolonged use of certain medications or toxins
  • Persistent fatigue or tiredness
  • Swelling in the extremities or around the eyes
  • Nausea, vomiting, or loss of appetite
  • Changes in urine output or urine that appears foamy or bloody
  • Monitor blood pressure and blood sugar levels
  • Adopt a kidney-friendly diet low in sodium and protein
  • Stay hydrated but avoid excessive fluid intake
  • Consult with your GP for regular check-ups and follow prescribed treatments
A woman holds her back where her kidneys are located, due to kidney disease.

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