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Adam tuener


What are kidney disease effects on eyes?

Are there side effects on eyes if i suffer kidney disease? What are they?
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  • Angela tuener


    Kidney is one of the most significant organs, which is in charge of our blood's circulation and accelerate the metabolism. Problems arise when there is a kidney disease, endocrine dyscrasia is following, in the end, gives rise to many side effects on eyes. Just like dry eyes, dark circles under eyes, dilated pupils even a vision problem. Therefore, in consideration of your health, you'd better develop good life habits, such as ensuring ample sleep, taking more fruits containing vitamin, shortening the time that you spend on computer. I promise you will see the changes after following above suggestions. I sincerely hope that you will soon be restored to health. Thanks.
  • Luis lewis


    Kidney disease rarely affect vision directly. But kidney disease can cause high blood pressure which may put your vision at risk. These high blood pressure can damage the tiny blood vessels in eyes and places strain on the walls of the tiny blood vessels in the eyes, weakening them to the point where they can break or burst, which may cause great damage for eyes.
  • Kevin


    Well, yes, kidney problems can lead to some eye problems too. For example, some chronic kidney problems can cause your dark circles under your eyes. For your situation, you can have some Moisturizers containing Vitamin E and K, so that it can lessen the appearance of dark circles. Also, you should know that the kidneys filter waste products from the blood and remove them from the body through urine. When there are some kidney problems, it can lead to some disorders to your eyes, such as dry eyes. For this situation, in my opinion, you can just take some foods which are rich in vitamin a. or just do and see the eye doctor.

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