How Your Skin Can Show If You Have Kidney Blockages?

Your kidneys are a pair of fist-sized organs located at the bottom of the rib cage. There is one kidney on each side of the spine. They are mainly responsible for filtering waste products, excess water, and other impurities out of the blood. These toxins are stored in the bladder and then removed during urination.

Kidney blockages occur when your kidneys become damaged and cannot perform their function. Damage can be caused by high blood pressure, diabetes and various other long-term chronic conditions. If the disease gets worse over time, your kidneys may stop working completely. If that happens, you’ll be required to do dialysis which uses a machine to filter your blood.

One common symptom of advanced kidney blockage is extremely itchy skin. Your skin may itch all or most of the time. You may feel itchy in one area of your skin or the itch can spread to most of your skin. Another symptoms is extremely dry skin. You skin can become so dry that It becomes rough and scaly. The skin feels tight and cracks easily, it may develop fish-like scales. Extremely dry skin is common in people who have end-stage kidney disease, which requires dialysis or a kidney transplant. Scratching the skin often can lead to the skin becoming thick and leathery. It can also become raw, bleeding and develop sores. When the kidneys stop working, toxins build up in your body. This build-up can cause color changes to the skin. You may see your skin taking on an unhealthy pale color, a gray hue or areas of darkened skin. When you’ve had itchy skin for a long time and scratch often, your skin can become thick with bumps and deep lines. Cysts and spots can also develop in the skin. Kidney blockages can also show up in your fingernails and toenails. You may see whitish color on the upper part of your nails or white bands running across your nails. Swelling in your legs, ankles, feet, hands and face also indicate kidney blockages. This happens because your kidneys function is to remove extra fluids and salt from your body. When they can no longer do this, the fluids and salt build up in your body. This build-up causes swelling in various parts of your body. Rashes in the skin can also indicate kidney blockages. When your kidneys cannot remove waste from your body, rashes develop. One rash that occurs in people who have end-stage kidney disease causes small, dome-shaped, and extremely itchy bumps. As these bumps clear, new ones can form. Sometimes, the small bumps join together to form rough, raised patches. Blisters can also occur. Some people who have end-stage kidney disease develop blisters, which can form on their hands, feet and face. These blisters will open, dry up, and crust over. As they clear, scars appear. Before your kidney ailment gets too advanced, better to get natural healing at HIjamaEnergetics. We only use natural healing modalities such as Hijama, herbs, microcurrent, and bioenergetic remedies.

HijamaEnergetics for Kidney Health

Its important to ensure your kidneys are functioning well at all times. This becomes even more important if you have ailments such as high blood pressure, diabetes or other chronic disease. We recommend doing a HijamaEnergetics Kidney Health treatment every 6 months. It removes blockages in the kidney channel and improves the functioning of your kidneys. If you have any chronic ailments such as high blood pressure or diabetes, we recommend doing the Multi-Session  treatment for the kidneys which can be 6-12 months program. The one time treatment for kidneys is $360 whereas the Multi-Session is $480 per month for 6-8 months depending on the advance of the ailment. At HijamaEnergetics we only use natural healing modalities such as Hijama, herbs, nutritional, microcurrent and bioenergetic remedies.

Questions? Contact:
Amin Shah
Shahclan HijamaEnergetics

Boston, MA -USA
Phone 617-787-5151 (Landline)