Beware that obesity can impair kidney function

The kidneys are the only organ in our body that works like a machine to expel toxins. But not paying enough attention to health issues can lead to kidney disease.

The kidneys are an important part of the human body. Our kidneys help the body remove toxins and other wastes from the metabolic functions of various cells, tissues and organs in the body. Ineffective functioning of the kidneys in the body can lead to many health problems. Some of the common symptoms of an unhealthy kidney are inability to sleep, frequent urination, muscle aches, skin problems, and blood in the urine. The kidneys are the organs that help to remove toxins and other wastes from the body. Ineffective functioning of the kidneys can have a detrimental effect on other organ systems in the body, leading to many health problems.

Being overweight makes the body vulnerable to many diseases and health problems. Obesity is one of the most common ailments that can disable many things in the human body. According to a study published in the journal Sage, “Obesity and Kidney Disease: Hidden Consequences of the Epidemic”, obesity is the leading cause of kidney disease, chronic kidney disease (CKD) and end-stage renal disease (ESRD). In addition, obesity has a direct impact on health problems such as high blood pressure and diabetes mellitus, which are the leading causes of CKD.

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