Kidneys play an important role in keeping your body healthy. These internal organs act pretty much like filters, eradicating your bodily toxins and getting rid of excess water. It is, therefore, crucial that you take good care of your kidneys as they also take good care of you.
Well to begin with, there are some bad habits you should stop doing or you might end up damaging your kidneys badly.
Read on and learn:
1. Not drinking enough water.
First and foremost, inadequate water consumption can lead to kidney risks. As mentioned above, kidneys work like filters in the sense that they drain wastes from our systems. So if you’re not drinking enough amounts of water, the renal blood flow decreases and that could lead to accumulation of bodily toxins.
2. Delaying bathroom time.
To keep your kidneys healthy, you gotta go when you gotta go. Keeping your bladder full isn’t exactly a good idea – even if you are extremely busy. Do not delay going to the bathroom or you might experience complications later on.
3. Excessive intake of sodium.
Are you a big fan of salty foods? Well you might want to cut on that since excessive sodium intake can lead to health problems as well. Besides, kidneys really find it difficult to excrete sodium.
4. Too much coffee and caffeinated drinks.
While it is okay to drink coffee occasionally, being addicted to it – and other caffeinated drinks, such as soda – can totally harm your kidneys because these beverages elevate the blood pressure.
5. Frequent intake of pain killers.
Generally, pain killers are not bad but if you take them even for minor pain, you might be in for some serious side effects. According to experts, frequent pain killer intake can lead to blood reduction and organ deterioration.
6. Too much protein.
As the saying goes, too much of a good thing can be bad. So it is with protein! While protein is usually healthy, consuming excessive amounts of it is not good for your body because it boosts the body’s metabolic loads.
7. Not getting sufficient rest when you’re sick.
Still working even if you’ve got flu and colds? Well, you better get some rest if you love your kidney. Take the needed steps to recover so as not to put too much pressure on your body.
8. Excessive alcohol consumption.
Of course, this one’s a no-brainer! Moderate drinking is fine but if you consume alcohol in massive amounts, you’re definitely going to pay for it sooner or later. So think twice before it’s too late!
3,000-Year-Old Giant Pharaoh Ramses II Statue Found Buried In Cairo Slum
Pharaoh Ramses II — who’s one of ancient Egypt’s most celebrated rulers — was known for having his people build grand monuments and temples.
A team of Egyptian and German archaeologists recently made an astonishing discovery in Cairo, Egypt. They found the remains of a giant statue submerged in groundwater in a slum. They believe it's the likeness of Pharaoh Ramses II.
The giant statue was discovered in Cairo's Matariya district. It's where the ancient city Heliopolis was once located. History shows that Ramses II had ordered a temple dedicated to the Egyptian sun god built there. They actually believed it was the center of creation.
The archeological dig has been going on for 5 years.
Kids Are Spending Less Time Outdoors Than Prisoners, According To New Study
This is a disturbing trend!
You know something is definitely wrong with the world the moment you realize that prison inmates are spending more time outdoors than kids. Parents, do listen up!
This was recently discovered by a new study conducted by a team of experts based in the United Kingdom. The research revealed that 74% of kids spent less than an hour playing outdoors per day. In addition, it was also found out that a fifth of the children did not even spend time playing outside on an average day.
In an interview with The Guardian, ‘wild play’ advocate Mark Sears said, "The truth is we are enclosing our children. We are stifling their ability to be free, to be at their best as children and it is having significant impacts."
Clueless Old Man Stunned After Learning the Current Value Of His Old Rolex Watch
He hadn’t even heard of Rolex when he bought the thing in the 1960’s! He just had no idea.
Sometimes, most of us tend to buy things just because a friend or an acquaintance recommended it and you just went ahead just for the sake of buying it. Rarely, though, you realize that the certain item you bought because of that reason is actually worth more than you expected.
That’s the story of an old man who bought a Rolex GMT master in Germany sometime in the 1960’s. The man was in the country because he was serving in the US Army. According to him, his sergeant recommended the watch, which cost $120 at that time.
This old man bought a Rolex watch in Germany in the 1960s.
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