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New Year 2023 resolutions to keep your kidney healthy

Updated On Dec 30, 2022 12:15 PM IST

One can suffer from chronic kidney disease if the kidney fails to function at its best. This New Year 2023, pledge to keep your kidneys in top shape with these fitness resolutions and read on to know more about some foolproof tricks to improve your kidney health.

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Kidneys play a vital role in filtering out waste and extra fluid from the body and they also help to control body chemistry by regulating the amount of salt, water and other chemicals in the body where one can suffer from chronic kidney disease if the kidney fails to function at its best so, this New Year pledge to keep your kidneys in top shape and read on to know more about some foolproof tricks to improve your kidney health. (Twitter/CSGMallorca) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Dec 30, 2022 12:15 PM IST

Kidneys play a vital role in filtering out waste and extra fluid from the body and they also help to control body chemistry by regulating the amount of salt, water and other chemicals in the body where one can suffer from chronic kidney disease if the kidney fails to function at its best so, this New Year pledge to keep your kidneys in top shape and read on to know more about some foolproof tricks to improve your kidney health. (Twitter/CSGMallorca)

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Making New Year's Resolution is one thing that people do every year but not many people stick to the resolutions they take and like every year, this year as well a majority of people are bound to take resolutions irrespective of whether they fulfill it or not. If you are one of those who want to make sure that your kidneys function to an optimum level then just swear by the fitness resolutions that you have taken. (Twitter/AshfordIns) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Dec 30, 2022 12:15 PM IST

Making New Year's Resolution is one thing that people do every year but not many people stick to the resolutions they take and like every year, this year as well a majority of people are bound to take resolutions irrespective of whether they fulfill it or not. If you are one of those who want to make sure that your kidneys function to an optimum level then just swear by the fitness resolutions that you have taken. (Twitter/AshfordIns)

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It is a known fact that kidneys filter waste products, excess water and other impurities from the blood via urine. Not only this, kidneys are even responsible for regulating pH, salt and potassium levels in the body and activating vitamin D for maintaining good bone health and regulating muscle function but there is still a lack of awareness regarding kidney disease and that is why a large number of people require dialysis. Moreover, those having end-stage kidney disease require kidney transplantation. So, try to make sure that you take the utmost care of yourself. (File Photo) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Dec 30, 2022 12:15 PM IST

It is a known fact that kidneys filter waste products, excess water and other impurities from the blood via urine. Not only this, kidneys are even responsible for regulating pH, salt and potassium levels in the body and activating vitamin D for maintaining good bone health and regulating muscle function but there is still a lack of awareness regarding kidney disease and that is why a large number of people require dialysis. Moreover, those having end-stage kidney disease require kidney transplantation. So, try to make sure that you take the utmost care of yourself. (File Photo)

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In an interview with HT Lifestyle, Dr Puneet Bhuwania, Consultant Nephrologist and Transplant Physician at Wockhardt Hospitals on Mira Road, suggested the following vital tips to Zarafshan Shiraz and insisted that people should make them as New Year's resolutions to keep their kidneys healthy: (Twitter/NJUrology) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Dec 30, 2022 12:15 PM IST

In an interview with HT Lifestyle, Dr Puneet Bhuwania, Consultant Nephrologist and Transplant Physician at Wockhardt Hospitals on Mira Road, suggested the following vital tips to Zarafshan Shiraz and insisted that people should make them as New Year's resolutions to keep their kidneys healthy: (Twitter/NJUrology)

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1. Drink enough water - It is a no-brainer that water helps to flush out toxins by the kidneys, and cuts down the chances of kidney diseases. According to studies, one with a history of kidney stones should drink enough water to help prevent the formation of stones in the near future. (Pexels) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Dec 30, 2022 12:15 PM IST

1. Drink enough water - It is a no-brainer that water helps to flush out toxins by the kidneys, and cuts down the chances of kidney diseases. According to studies, one with a history of kidney stones should drink enough water to help prevent the formation of stones in the near future. (Pexels)

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2. Quit smoking - Did you know smoking damages the blood vessels, limiting the blood flow in the kidneys? Smoking can put one at risk of renal cell carcinoma which is a type of kidney cancer. Thus, the chances of this cancer reduce when one gives up smoking. (Pexels) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Dec 30, 2022 12:15 PM IST

2. Quit smoking - Did you know smoking damages the blood vessels, limiting the blood flow in the kidneys? Smoking can put one at risk of renal cell carcinoma which is a type of kidney cancer. Thus, the chances of this cancer reduce when one gives up smoking. (Pexels)

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3. Stay physically active - Exercising every day is not only beneficial for the heart or lungs but even the kidneys too. Regular physical activity will help one to maintain optimum weight and keep kidney problems at bay. Exercising can help to manage blood sugar in diabetics, reduces blood pressure, and boosts heart health but that doesn’t mean you need to spend long hours at the gym. You can even start with walking and slowly move to swimming, cycling, running, aerobics, Yoga or even Pilates. It is essential to exercise for at least 30 minutes every day. (Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Dec 30, 2022 12:15 PM IST

3. Stay physically active - Exercising every day is not only beneficial for the heart or lungs but even the kidneys too. Regular physical activity will help one to maintain optimum weight and keep kidney problems at bay. Exercising can help to manage blood sugar in diabetics, reduces blood pressure, and boosts heart health but that doesn’t mean you need to spend long hours at the gym. You can even start with walking and slowly move to swimming, cycling, running, aerobics, Yoga or even Pilates. It is essential to exercise for at least 30 minutes every day. (Unsplash)

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4. Watch your salt - it's a well-known fact that excess consumption of salty items like packed food/junk food etc increases blood pressure but extra salt also damages your kidneys directly and via indirect ways. (Freepik) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Dec 30, 2022 12:15 PM IST

4. Watch your salt - it's a well-known fact that excess consumption of salty items like packed food/junk food etc increases blood pressure but extra salt also damages your kidneys directly and via indirect ways. (Freepik)

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5. Check your kidney - 40% kidney patients don't develop any symptoms, so a 6th monthly simple evaluation of serum creatinine and urine routine can go a long way in keeping you away from kidney disease. (File Photo) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Dec 30, 2022 12:15 PM IST

5. Check your kidney - 40% kidney patients don't develop any symptoms, so a 6th monthly simple evaluation of serum creatinine and urine routine can go a long way in keeping you away from kidney disease. (File Photo)

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