The first signs of the disease are most commonly known, but it is very important to know what to look for. When you discover the disease in time it is much easier to prevent it than to cure, Telegraph reports.
Because of the lack of water in the body and because of its work disorder, the toxins are created toxins, which are partially excreted through the urine.
This is just one of the reasons why you should pay attention to your urine color.
Urine that has dark color is always a sign that something is wrong with your health.
Urine is an indication of any problem, so check it from time to time. Many people ignore these obvious signs and risk developing serious illness.
What does urine tell us about us?
Dark yellow: while the yellowish yellow color is normal, the yellowish yellow color indicates that the person suffers from dehydration as the salt concentration is higher than normal. Less water means a shade of urine, so drink as much water as this problem arises.
Red: This color varies from pink to dark red. The test may specify whether the urine contains blood or clotted blood, such as hemoglobinuria. It can happen due to an infection of the bladder, the urinary tract or the urethra. Also, prostate cancer in men or bladder in both sexes, or even severe exercise, may result in urine being red.
Coffee in black: This is also a color that may vary from coffee to black. It can also be a dark shade of red. But this color appears due to improper liver function and to diseases such as hepatitis, blockage of the canal, tumor or even cirrhosis, because bilirubin appears in the urine. Also, severe disorders such as hemolytic anemia or melanoma may cause the urine to be brown in black.
Orange: Many medicines can cause urine to have orange. Also, excessive consumption of citrus or carrots may be the cause of orange urine.