The kidneys regulate your entire system including: the bladder, blood pressure, ovaries, estrogen, period cramps, testicles, testosterone, sperm production, uterus, prostate, sex drive, pancreas, spleen, lymphatic system, heart, ligaments, ears, scalp, right / left low back, upper back, left; shoulder, pectoral, trapezes, elbow; both calves, thighs, biceps, triceps, forearms, wrists, knees, ankles, your spine, all fingers and toes.
The only areas not regulated by the kidneys are your right shoulder, right pectoral and right trapezes, all monitored by your liver. Your right elbow represents your stomach.
There is never a kidney problem that does not include a liver problem. The two organs work hand and glove together. Always address them at the same time.
"The state of our internal organs are represented on the face" - Yellow King of China 's physician, circa 2670 B.C.
Fact: When an area of the face is very pronounced or calling attention to itself, it indicates a weakness or predisposition to weakness of the associated organ.
The half moon of darkness, redness, puffiness or pronounced wrinkling under each eye indicates the state of your kidneys. Your right half moon represents your right kidney and the left is the left kidney.
Regardless of age, these areas should be smooth and blemish free.
Location of Your Kidneys The kidneys are:
Two bean-shaped organs, one on each side of the backbone.
Represent about 0.5% of the total weight of the body.
20–25% of your body's total blood supply can be found in the kidney at all times.
Cleanses the body's entire blood supply about 300 times a day.
Continuously regulates the chemical composition of the blood within narrow limits (diet permitting).
The liver and kidney form the major homeostatic (or balancing) centers for the body.
Do Your Kidneys Need Help?
1) Low back pain, stiffness or soreness? 2) Tire quickly or sleepy from 3-7 P.M.? 3) Left shoulder pain, stiffness or soreness? 4) Sore ankles, calves or feet? 5) Rough periods or low sex drive? 6) Bladder infections & frequent urination? 7) Tinnitus, vertigo or high blood pressure? 8) Puffy, red or dark circles under the eyes? 9) Clear shapes in your field of vision? 10) Weak nails that chip or break? 11) Sore, tingling or numb muscles? 12) Thyroid or lymphatic issues? 13) Swollen, stiff or sore wrists, knees or joints? 14) Scalp irritations or thinning hair? 15) Weak or sore left side of your body? 16) Spleen, pancreatic or weight issues? 17) History of kidney issues or kidney stones? 18) Reproductive health issues?
Count your YES answers and see below. 0-1 May not be an issue yet. 2-3 A slight problem that can be improved. 4-6 Chronic, may continue to worsen. 7 + Severe, help is needed now.