10. When we face troubles while we are sleeping:
When your kidneys are not functioning properly, it means that toxins cannot exit the body through urine and remain in the blood. Increased level of toxins makes it hard to fall asleep. That’s why when you get less sleep, you increase the chances of kidney function declineWarning: People with Chronic Kidney Disease more commonly suffer from sleep apnea.
Sleep apnea is a disorder that causes one or more pauses in the breath when you sleep. These pauses can last from a couple of seconds to a minute. After each pause, normal breathing returns with a loud snort. Continuous heavy snoring signals that it is time to see a doctor.
If our Kidneys do not work in a good way, the toxins which exist in our bodies will not able to exit through the urine and it will remain inside the blood. The increasing of the number of toxins in the body will lead to troubles in sleeping and this may be a sign of chronic kidney disease.
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