20- Trouble sleeping
The amount of extra fluids, waste and toxins flooding the body once kidney failure takes its toll makes it harder and harder for the body to function, let alone rest. It is only natural that your sleeping schedule will be shot in the process, and you will start struggling to sleep. Kidney failure leads to severe discomfort and pain, which will take full effect at night while you are attempting to sleep. You will be able to sleep for long, and you will not be able to sleep as quickly as you used to before since kidney failure causes insomnia and sleep apnea. Should you notice that you are struggling to go to sleep, make sure to visit the nearest doctor ASAP.