HEALTH TIPS : Such people are more prone to kidney stones, do not ignore these symptoms
The kidney is one of the major organs of our body, whose job is to filter the blood and remove toxins from the body. Actually, the kidney first sends the toxins to the bladder, where they are passed out of the body through urine. But in today's time, the risk of kidney-related diseases has increased a lot and the main reason for this is a poor lifestyle and wrong diet. The problem of having kidney stones is common nowadays, due to which many people are suffering. Although many patients suffering from this disease do not show any symptoms, some patients have symptoms like abdominal or back pain, frequent urge to urinate, pain with burning while urinating and blood in the urine. can be seen. Let us know which people are more prone to kidney stones?
Many people do not drink enough water. Experts say that such people are more prone to kidney stones. That's why everyone is advised to drink plenty of water. This not only reduces the risk of kidney stones but also the risk of many other diseases.
over-sweet or salty eaters
Experts say that people who take a high amount of salt (sodium) and sugar in their diet, their risk of kidney stones increases. Therefore, anything should be consumed in proper quantity and always take a healthy diet. Junk food should be avoided.
For people who are obese, whose body mass index and waist size are very high, their risk of kidney stones increases significantly. Therefore obesity and body weight should always be kept under control. It also reduces the risk of many other diseases.
people who consume more of these things
People who consume large amounts of tomato seeds, brinjal seeds, raw rice, and cold drinks, etc. can also have kidney stones. Apart from this, those whose uric acid is increased can also be at risk. So keep uric acid under control and avoid excessive consumption of anything.
Note: Dr. Rajesh Mundeja is a well-known physician with 25+ years of experience, having worked in various countries including Saudi Arabia, Mauritius, Maldives, and India. He has obtained MBBS and MD degree from SP Medical College, Bikaner. He has also worked as a Medical Specialist in the Ministry of Defense of Saudi Arabia and was the Director, Senior Consultant Physician, and Head of the Medical Department at Mahamrityunjay Hospital, Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh before joining Cygnus Hospital.
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