10. Inability to sleep
If your kidneys are not functioning properly, waste products and toxins will be unable to pass out of your body through your urine and will instead be reabsorbed into your bloodstream. It is difficult to get to sleep when there are toxic amounts present. Therefore, your kidney function may decrease if you do not sleep enough.
People who suffer from chronic kidney disease have an increased risk of developing sleep apnea. A condition known as sleep apnea occurs when a person repeatedly stops breathing while asleep. The length might last anything from a few seconds to a minute.
After each pause in breathing, there’s a loud snorting that signals that regular breathing has resumed. If you have noticed that you snore loudly and frequently, it is time to make an appointment with a medical professional.
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