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Follow 7 rules to keep kidneys safe

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Kidney is one of the important organs of the body The kidneys or kidney completes the excretion of the drink we drink

Kidney is one of the important organs of the body. The kidneys or kidney completes the excretion of the drink we drink. Residual nitrogenous wastes are mixed with the liquid. It goes out of the body through urine and keeps the body healthy. But if the kidney is inactive or the function is reduced, the balance of the body is not right. Therefore, steps must be taken to keep the kidneys healthy while there is time. For example-

Stay active and fit:
Regular exercise has many benefits. One of them is that there is no risk of long-term kidney disease. Also heart is healthy as blood pressure is under control. Both of these defenses play an important role in preventing kidney damage. Exercise can also be done by walking, running, cycling or dancing.

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Controlling blood sugar levels:
Diabetes or high blood sugar can cause kidney damage. When sugar is high, the blood has to work harder to filter. If it goes on for a long time, the possibility of damage increases.

Blood pressure:
Sometimes high blood pressure occurs along with diabetes, heart disease or high cholesterol. A normal blood pressure reading of 120/80 is considered normal. A blood pressure reading above 140/90 is considered high blood pressure. Blood pressure can be kept under control with regular monitoring, lifestyle changes and medication as advised by experts.

Weight and Diet:
People who are overweight are at various health risks. It can damage the kidneys. Avoid eating low sodium, processed meats and other kidney damaging foods. A balanced diet reduces the risk of kidney damage. Cauliflower, blueberries, fish, whole grains are naturally low in sodium.

Liquid Drinks:
Drink at least 8 glasses of water a day. Drinking enough water regularly flushes out sodium and toxins. People who have had kidney stones before should drink more water.

Smoking damages blood vessels in the body. It also increases the risk of kidney cancer.

Regular use of high-potency painkillers can cause kidney damage. According to the National Kidney Foundation, pain medication should not be taken for more than 10 days for pain or 3 days for fever.

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