Kidney disease occurs when the kidneys fail to function properly, and when they fail to filter the blood, and perform other vital functions, such as controlling blood pressure, and ensuring that the body has a normal balance of fluid volume, and electrolytes.
What are the symptoms of Kidney disease?
Swelling of the face, feet, and abdomen. People with Kidney disease often have swelling in the face below the eyelids which is most noticeable in the morning. It is important to note that swelling of the body is not always a signal of Kidney disease, and people with severe Kidney disease may show nobody swelling at all.
Loss of appetite, an abnormal taste in the mouth, and poor eating habits are also an important sign of Kidney disease. People with advanced Kidney disease (renal failure) also experience nausea, vomiting, and hiccups because the level of toxic materials in their bodies is higher.