FIRST : Consume at least 6-8 glasses of liquid per day. Give up caffeine.
You should not drink liquid in large quantities at a time, as this greatly overloads the kidneys (depending on physiological characteristics and with already known kidney diseases, the norm may be changed).
Too much caffeine leads to dehydration. This causes thirst, which causes a person to take in an excessive amount of fluid, which causes an increased load on the kidneys.
SECOND : Empty your bladder in a timely manner. Excess fluid and "waste" is fraught with infection
THIRD:Vitamin D is essential for the proper functioning of the kidneys. Spend at least 15 minutes outdoors in the sun a day, but avoid peak solar activity
FOUR: Control your blood sugar levels. Excess sugar (like salt) retains water in the body, which can cause high blood pressure, metabolic disorders and other problems
FIFTH: Moderate physical activity is an excellent prevention of diseases of the kidneys and other organs. Walk, do morning exercises
SIXTH: Keep a diet. A kidney-healthy diet should include calcium-rich foods. Magnesium is also needed for better absorption. Eat whole grains and nuts, dark green vegetables.
SEVENTH: Do not neglect medical examinations.
Some kidney diseases may be asymptomatic. Blood tests will help to diagnose ailments in a timely manner.
EIGHTH : Do not abuse painkillers.
Frequent use of Aspirin, Paracetamol and other drugs is dangerous! A doctor's consultation is required.
NINTH: Avoid stress.
There is a direct link between stress and kidney disease. Excessive stress can lead to chronic kidney disease. As a prevention of anxiety and normalization of the nervous system, there are various practices of deep breathing, meditation, yoga, psychological settings.
TENTH: The symptoms of kidney disease are diverse. The main, most common deviations are:
sharp pain in the lower back when urinating,
change in color, smell of urine (presence of blood impurities or protein impurities),
swelling of certain parts of the body (arms and legs, face),
complete absence of urine / incontinence (a significant increase in the portion of urine or its decrease),
body temperature ,
a sharp increase in blood pressure that cannot be corrected with drugs.