Today's Health Tips: Such habits harm your kidney, can also cause kidney failure

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In order to maintain the overall health of the body, it is considered necessary to keep all the organs functioning properly. The kidney is one of the organs of the body that helps in keeping the blood clean along with removing the toxins from the body. The kidney works to remove waste products from the body through urine. Apart from this, it also has an important role in keeping all the chemicals in the body like sodium, potassium, and calcium balanced. The kidneys also produce certain hormones that regulate blood pressure and stimulate the bone marrow to make red blood cells.

According to health experts, any kind of problem occurring in this organ can have an effect on overall health. Kidney problems can be diagnosed on the basis of problems in urination. Some of our habits can cause many problems by affecting kidney functions. Let us know about some such habits.

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too much protein intake
Protein intake is considered very essential for the body, although its excess can have negative effects on the kidneys. Excess of protein results in the production of high amounts of acid in the blood which can lead to acidosis. This is a condition in which the kidney is unable to eliminate acid, which can have harmful effects on many organs, including the kidneys.

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excessive alcohol consumption
Excessive consumption of alcohol has been considered harmful for the liver, although according to health experts, it can also have a negative effect on the kidneys. Studies have shown that excessive alcohol consumption can double the risk of chronic kidney disease. The problem of kidney failure also increases due to excess alcohol.

drink less water
When the body is hydrated, the kidneys can easily remove sodium and toxins from the body. At the same time, drinking water in small amounts increases the risk of many types of toxins and also increases the risk of kidney stone problems. To keep the kidney healthy, everyone should drink 3-4 liters of water daily. Drinking more water also increases urine output and reduces the pressure on the kidneys.

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