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3 Things You Do Daily That Can Harm Your Kidney And Heart

Without a heart, your kidneys do not have the oxygen-rich blood needed to perform many of their vital functions. Without the help of your kidneys, the heart will either work harder or not. A healthy cardiovascular system is essential for your kidneys to carry out their functions.

 The heart distributes oxygen throughout the body, including the kidneys. The kidneys cleanse the blood, remove impurities and extra water. Without the kidneys, your blood will have a lot of waste and water.


 

 Some heart and kidney diseases include early warning signs.

 Chest pain, chest tightness, chest tightness and chest tightness (angina) Shortness of breath.

 Pain, numbness, weakness or chills in your legs or arms if the blood vessels in those parts of the body become narrow.

 Pain in neck, jaw, throat, upper abdomen or back.

 You are more tired, have less energy, or have difficulty concentrating.

 You are having trouble sleeping.

 You have dry, itchy skin.

 You often feel the need to urinate.

 You see blood in your urine.

 Your urine is foam.

 You are experiencing persistent swelling around your eyes.

 Here are 3 things you can do regularly that can damage your body parts.

 Alcohol


 

 Excessive alcohol consumption can lead to high blood pressure, heart attack or bleeding problems. Eating or drinking regularly contributes to cardiomyopathy, which affects the heart muscle.

 Alcohol interferes with the function of the kidneys and makes them inadequate to filter the blood. Alcohol affects the body's ability to control fluid and electrolytes. When alcohol dries, the effects of dehydration can affect the normal function of cells and organs, including the kidneys.


 Sugar

 Once the blood sugar level is above 180 mg / dl, the kidneys begin to pump sugar into the urine. The higher the blood sugar, the more sugar is released in the urine. If your kidneys are normal this is usually not a problem but if you have diabetes too much sugar can cause kidney damage. Sugar is commonly used by adolescents and some adults who are unaware of the dangers associated with high blood sugar. Your blood pressure and blood sugar can rise rapidly and it is a major cause of kidney damage.

 The more sugar you eat, the higher your insulin release and the higher your risk of obesity - and cardiovascular disease.


 Source:

 https://www.google.com/search?q= Sugar + and + Kidney + Health & oq = Sugar + and + Kidney + & aqs = chrome.1.69i57j35i39l2j0l2.5260j0j4 & client = ms-android-transsion-infinix-rev1 & mobile & sourceid = chrome = UTF -8

 Smoking

 According to the Federal Ministry of Health, "smokers may die young" Smoking increases the formation of plaques in the blood vessels. Chemicals in cigarette smoke cause the blood to thicken and clog the arteries and veins.

 Smoking can damage the kidneys in a number of ways. This may increase the risk of developing some kidney cancer, chronic kidney disease, etc., which can lead to kidney failure and eventually damage to the kidneys.


 Source:

 https://www.google.com/search?q= Smoking + and + kidney + health & oq = smoking + & aqs = chrome.1.69i57j35i39l2j0l2.4170j0j4 & client = ms-android-transsion-infinix-rev1 & sourceid = chrome-mobile & ie = UTF

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