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Checkout some Activities that Sustains the Kidney.

Here are some ways to help keep your kidneys healthy.


1. Keep active and Fit.


Regular exercise is good for your health. It can reduce the risk of chronic renal disease. This can also reduce your blood pressure and strengthen your cardiac health, both of which are important to prevent kidney damage.


You do not have to run marathons to reap the reward for exercise. Walking, running, cycling and even dancing are perfect for your health. Find an activity that keeps you busy and you have fun. It will be easier to stick and have excellent results.


2. Check your Blood.

People with diabetes, or a disease that causes a blood sugar height can develop damage to kidneys. When your body cells can not use glucose (sugar) in your blood, your kidneys are obliged to work very hard to filter your blood. Over years of exercise, this can lead to life damage.


However, if you can control your blood glucose, you reduce the risk of damage. In addition, if the damage is taken early, your doctor may take action to reduce or prevent additional damage.


3. Monitor blood pressure.blood


Arterial hypertension can cause kidney damage. If high blood pressure occurs with other health problems such as diabetes, heart disease or high cholesterol, the impact on your body can be important.


A reading of healthy blood pressure is 120/80. Prehypertension is between this point and 139/89. Lifestyle and food changes can help reduce your blood pressure at this point.


If your blood pressure readings are still higher than 140/90, you can have high blood pressure. You should talk to your doctor regularly monitor your blood pressure, make changes to your lifestyle and possibly taking medication.


4. Monitor weight and eat a healthy diet.


Overweight or obese people are threatened for a number of health conditions that can damage the kidneys. These include diabetes, heart disease and renal disease.


A healthy diet that is low in sodium, processed meats and other kidney-damaged foods can help reduce the risk of kidney damage. Concentrate on the consumption of fresh naturally little sodium ingredients, such as cauliflower, blueberries, fish, whole grains and more.


5. Drink a lot of fluids.


There is no magic behind the clicked tips for drinking eight glasses of water a day, but it's a good goal precisely because it encourages you to stay hydrated. The contribution of regular and consistent water is healthy for your kidneys.


Water helps clarify sodium and toxins of your kidneys. It also lowers your risk of chronic renal disease.


Aim for at least 1.5 to 2 liters a day. How much water you need depends largely on your health and lifestyle. Factors such as climate, exercise, gender, overall health, and if you are pregnant or breastfeeding is important, it is important to take into account when planning your daily water consumption.


People who have already had kidney calculations had to drink a little more water to prevent stone deposits in the future.

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