Kidney Problems

Kidney Problems

Kidney plays a lot of vital functions for the body. The critical regulation of the body's salt, potassium and acid content is performed by the kidneys. The kidneys also produce hormones that affect the function of other organs. For example, a hormone produced by the kidneys stimulates red blood cell production. Other hormones produced by the kidneys help regulate blood pressure and control calcium metabolism. It also includes functions of eliminating waste products and excess fluids. Kidney is involved in the processes that keep the inner system of the body clean when kidney damage occurs; you are unable to rid your body of excess urine, and wastes. Creatinine is a waste product that comes from the normal wear and tear on muscles of the body.  

A creatinine level of greater than 1.2 for women and greater than 1.4 for men may be an early sign that the kidneys are not working properly. The level of creatinine in the blood rises, if kidney disease progresses. Any defect in the kidney stands like an open invitation to all kinds of problem.

Kidney generates erythropoietin which helps to develop RBC and haemoglobin. It activates vitamin D which is essential for the bone. If the kidney does not function properly the elimination of toxins from the body will be interrupted.

“Body Revival” merges in the blood stream through veins in the body and starts melting to reduce the toxins present in the body. During this process, the oxygen supply remains constant in the blood. Hence, kidney functions properly.