9. Headaches, fatigue, and an overarching sensation of being exhausted
When our kidneys are healthy and functioning normally, they convert vitamin D into erythropoietin and release it into the bloodstream. This helps to ensure that our bones remain healthy and powerful (EPO). This hormone is essential for developing red blood cells and must be present.
When the kidneys are not working correctly, there is a decrease in the body’s generation of EPO. When red blood cells, which carry oxygen throughout the body, are depleted, it does not take long for muscles and the brain to become fatigued.
People who suffer from chronic kidney disease frequently have complications such as anemia. Anemia can occur when a person’s kidney function is between 20 and 50 percent of what it should be.
Suppose you are still experiencing feelings of fatigue, rundowns, or overall weakness despite receiving the recommended amount of sleep and rest. In that case, you should schedule an appointment with your primary care physician as soon as possible.
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