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Kidney disease is often called -the silent disease, because most people have no symptoms before they are diagnosed. In fact, you might feel just fine until your kidneys have almost stopped working.
We consider the kidney's as the 'pressure regulators' of the body.
The kidneys are bean‐shaped organs that act as sophisticated filters to remove organic waste products from the blood, along with excess salt and water, through the urine. Nephrons are the working units of the kidney that are responsible for waste removal. Kidney function diminishes as the numbers of functional nephrons are reduced, which is a part of the normal aging process.