6 Ways To Avoid Kidney Problem


Kidney failure is when your kidneys stop working well enough for you to live without dialysis or a kidney transplant.

The following are ways we could actually prevent the scourge before it consumes us all…

1. Delaying going to a toilet Keeping your urine in your bladder for too long is a bad idea. A full bladder can cause bladder damage. The urine that stays in the bladder multiplies bacteria quickly. Once the urine refluxes back to the ureter and kidneys, the toxic substances can result in kidney infections, then urinary tract infections, and then nephritis, and even uremia. When nature calls – do it as soon as possible.
2. Eating too much salt
You should eat no more than 5.8 grams of salt daily.

3. Eating too much meat

Too much protein in your diet is harmful for your kidneys. Protein digestion produces ammonia – a toxin that is very destructive to your kidneys. More meat equals more kidney damage.

4. Drinking too much caffeine Caffeine is a component of many sodas and soft drinks. It raises your blood pressure and your kidneys start suffering. So you should cut down the amount of coke you drink daily.

5. Not drinking water

Our kidneys should be hydrated properly to perform their functions well. If we don’t drink enough, the toxins can start accumulating in the blood, as there isn’t enough fluid to drain them through the kidneys. Drink more than 10 glasses of water daily. There is an easy way to check if you are drinking enough water: look at the colour of your urine; the lighter the colour, the better.

6. Late treatment
Treat all your health problems properly and have your health checked regularly

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  1. American Beverage Association, ABA Communications

    To be clear, kidney health is influenced by myriad factors, including gender, ethnicity, family history and inadequate fluid intake, according to the National Institutes of Health. Research does not at all establish the claim that kidney health is adversely impacted by soft drinks, or any single source of calories.
    -American Beverage Association

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