Kidneys, which serve the function of eliminating water and toxins from the body via production of urine, are vital and integral organs of the human body. While performing these functions, they regulate the level of minerals like phosphate and calcium in the body.
In addition to that, kidneys, by producing essential hormones, also regulate blood pressure and the production of the very important red blood cells, which serve the function of carrying oxygen and nutrients throughout the body.
It is thus of high importance to ensure proper functioning of the kidneys. If, in some way, it’s obstructed, some of the following symptoms may be experienced: sudden pain, bad breath, vomiting, dizziness, changed colour and quantity of urine, breathing issues, feeling cold most of the times, tiredness or fatigue, or anemia.
1 Insufficient Water Intake
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