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The kidneys & Health

 

The kidney (Latin: ren) can also be called the purification plant of the human body. The paired organ cleanses the body of harmful substances by filtering the blood and directing the pollutants outward with the formed urine. Other functions include the regulation of blood pressure, the water and salt balance and the acid-base balance

 

Stress and anxiety affect the kidneys, gentleness heals the kidneys.

With the visit of the Tao Yoga Basics seminar and the iron shirt Chi Kung their kidneys are revived and the function is stimulated and rejuvenated.

 

Most people are born with two functioning kidneys, but how do you know that you belong? Take this opportunity to learn more about these vital organs and learn how to make sure your kidneys function properly for a lifetime

 

What do kidneys do?

 

Kidneys play a vital role in your overall health. Healthy kidneys produce urine, excrete waste and other fluids from your blood, control your body's chemical balance, regulate your blood pressure and help you maintain healthy bones and produce red blood cells.

 

What is Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)?

 

Chronic renal insufficiency (CKD), which affects 10 percent of the world's population, is the gradual loss of kidney function. Renal insufficiency can cause cardiovascular diseases, heart attack and stroke, high blood pressure, weak bones, nerve damage, kidney failure, anemia and even death.

 

CKD: a silent murderer

 

Chronic kidney disease often does not show signs or symptoms in its early stages. In fact, a person with CKD can lose up to 90 percent of their kidney function before the first symptoms appear, which is why CKD is also known as a silent killer. The disease often goes undetected until it is very advanced when a person needs dialysis or a transplant.

 

Kidney and women's health

 

The focus of World Kidney Day 2018 is on kidney and women's health. Although both women and men are affected by CKD, the disease is more likely to develop in women and is the eighth most common cause of death among women. Nevertheless, fewer women than men receive dialysis and women tend to receive fewer transplants. One reason for this is that the progression of the disease is slower in women than in men, but there are also psycho-socioeconomic barriers and unequal access to care in many countries, which hampers the treatment of the disease

 

main causes

 

The main causes of chronic renal insufficiency are diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease and a family history of kidney disease, diabetes or hypertension.

 

 Additional Risk Factors

 

Although chronic renal failure may affect people of all ages and races, some people are more likely to be affected than others. Additional risk factors for CKD include African American, Spanish, Asian, Pacific or Aboriginal roots, over 60 years of age, obesity, low birth weight, prolonged use of NSAIDs (ibuprofen, naproxen), lupus or If your kidneys are not functioning properly, urea may accumulate in your system, causing tiredness, nausea, headaches and a bad taste in the mouth. Sodium affects blood pressure and body fluids - two important ones Aspects of kidney health.

 

You should be aware of your salt intake, especially if you have kidney disease. Avoid processed foods such as cold meats, canned foods, fast foods and salty snacks. Cook yourself and use fresh spices and herbs.

 

Control your blood pressure

 

Many people know that high blood pressure is bad for the heart, but few are aware that it is also the main cause of kidney damage. Control your blood pressure to make sure you maintain healthy values. If your blood pressure is higher than 120/80, you should change your lifestyle and diet to keep your kidneys - and your heart - healthy.main causes

 

The main causes of chronic renal insufficiency are diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease and a family history of kidney disease, diabetes or hypertension.

 

CKD: Additional Risk Factors

 

Although chronic renal failure may affect people of all ages and races, some people are more likely to be affected than others. Additional risk factors for CKD include African American, Spanish, Asian, Pacific or Aboriginal roots, over 60 years of age, obesity, low birth weight, prolonged use of NSAIDs (ibuprofen, naproxen), lupus or If your kidneys are not functioning properly, urea may accumulate in your system, causing tiredness, nausea, headaches and a bad taste in the mouth. Sodium affects blood pressure and body fluids - two important ones Aspects of kidney health.

 

You should be aware of your salt intake, especially if you have kidney disease. Avoid processed foods such as cold meats, canned foods, fast foods and salty snacks. Cook yourself and use fresh spices and herbs.

 

Control your blood pressure

Many people know that high blood pressure is bad for the heart, but few are aware that it is also the main cause of kidney damage. Control your blood pressure to make sure you maintain healthy values. If your blood pressure is higher than 120/80, you should change your lifestyle and diet to keep your kidneys - and your heart - healthy.

 

ALIVIA HAY

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