1. Sleeping issues
Toxins, waste, and excess fluids accumulate once your kidneys stop working properly, and the former substances end up poisoning the blood since they do not get flushed out through urine. The huge amounts of toxins will make it much harder to sleep, and, even when you do sleep, it is notably less than usual. The lack of sleep will end up accelerating the kidneys’ failure.
A kidney disease patient is also prone to sleep apnea, which pauses of breath while sleeping which can last up to 60 seconds, and which end up with the patient snoring due to the violent way the breath comes back.