When your kidneys are not working properly, toxins cannot be eliminated from your body through urine and stay in your blood. Toxin levels are elevated, making it difficult to get to sleep. Because of this, getting less sleep increases your risk of renal function deterioration.
Warning: Sleep apnea is more likely in people with chronic kidney disease. When you sleep, you may experience one or more respiratory pauses due to the disorder known as sleep apnea. These gaps may last a few seconds or up to a minute. Normal breathing resumes with a loud snort after each break. When severe snoring occurs frequently, it is time to contact a doctor.
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