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If You Love Your Kidney And Want To Live Long, Stop Taking Too Much Of These 3 Things

The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs in the renal system. They help the body pass waste as urine. They also help filter blood before sending it back to the heart. The kidneys perform many crucial functions, including: maintaining overall fluid balance.

The Kidney like I do call is a the “life wire of of everyone." Once you develop Kidney Disease your chance of early death becomes high.

Functions Of The Kidney

1#The Kidney Is responsible in moving waste products from the body.

2#It's also remove drugs and other substances from the body.

3# It helps balance the body's fluids.

4# It release hormones that regulate blood pressure.

5# produce an active form of vitamin D that promotes strong, healthy bones.

6# Healthy kidneys also help in filtering about a half cup of blood every minute, and removing wastes and extra water to make urine

7# The kidney help your body inmaintaining Electrolyte balance.

Symptoms Of Kidney Disease

Signs of affected Kidney. You're more tired, have less energy or are having trouble concentrating. You're having trouble sleeping. You have dry and itchy skin. You feel the need to urinate more often. You see blood in your urine. Your urine is foamy. You're experiencing persistent puffiness around your eyes.

Haven known some of the functions and important with symptoms of an Affected kidney, I can now go straight to 3 things you need to avoid excess intake of them if you want to live long.

SALTY FOODS

A high salt diet will alter this sodium balance, causing the kidneys to have reduced function and remove less water resulting in higher blood pressure. This puts strain on the kidneys and can lead to kidney disease.

Further more, Diets high in salt are high in sodium, which can increase blood pressure and, in turn, harm your kidneys. Flavor your foods with herbs and spices instead of salt. Over time, you may find it easier to avoid using addedsalt (sodium) on your food.

SMOKING

Smoking can seriously harm the kidneys in a number of ways. It can: increase your risk of developing some kidney cancers. damage your heart and blood vessels (cardiovascular system), leading to poor blood flow to the kidneys and causing kidney damage over time.

Stopping smoking not only reduces the risk of developing other diseases, but may help: a patient recover quicker by eliminating the acute effects of smoking on the body. may help slow kidney function decline in people with type two diabetes and with kidney disease.

ALCOHOL

Alcohol causes changes in the function of thekidneys and makes them less able to filter the blood. Alcohol also affects the ability to regulate fluid and electrolytes in the body. When alcoholdehydrates (dries out) the body, the drying effect can affect the normal function of cells and organs, including the kidneys.

Moreover, alcohol can cause liver disease, which in turn can increase the burden placed on the kidneys.Liver disease can reduce the kidneys' ability to maintain a healthy level of blood flow, which in turn can impair the kidneys' ability to filter out blood in a healthy way.

Please ensure you follow the tips of this article if you value your Kidney and Want to Live longer thanks.

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