#DidYouKnow that your kidneys filter 200 litres of blood each day?
When the kidney function reduces significantly, it is unable to clear toxins and excess water from the body. The electrolyte (sodium, potassium, calcium) balances as well as production of hormones for blood pressure control are also adversely affected.
Diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, polycystic kidney and kidney infections are the common culprits of kidney failure. In addition to causing reduced kidney function, these conditions might also lead to diminished blood flow to the kidneys.
Here is an article on how you can keep your kidneys healthy through simple diet management : https://awak.com/2020/09/24/how-to-eat-well-for-a-kidney-patient/