Kidney disease symptoms are usually silent and can develop slowly over time. In fact, you may not even notice any symptoms until it is critical. According to the American Kidney Fund, kidney disease is the 9TH leading cause of death in the United States. An estimated 31 million people in the United States (10% of the adult population) have chronic kidney disease (CKD). And 9 out of 10 people who have stage 3 CKD (moderately decreased kidney function) do not even know it! The leading cause of Kidney failure is having diabetes and high blood pressure. A healthy kidney works by filtering waste products from the blood and assist in regulating your blood pressure, balance electrolytes and red blood cell production….