Flax seeds when taken daily absolutely cleans the intestines from mucus, parasites and feces deposits. Further it maintains the flora of the intestines. Take flax seeds and improve your digestive and excretory system.
Do you delay urinating? Don’t. Delay in urination means bacteria multiplies quickly. And if urine refluxes back in the ureter and kidneys, there could be infections like urinary tract infection, nephritis or uremia. So when nature knocks at your door, simply respond.
Are you a hard core non-vegetarian? I have news for you. Too much meat means too much protein. Digesting protein creates ammonia, which is a toxin and too much of it damages kidneys. Be moderate in your meat intake and save your kidney.
Sound sleep does two things to the digestive and excretory system. It digests the food and let the large intestines work properly. Hence in the morning, there are smooth bowel movements. Sleep tight in the night and be light in the morning.
Kidneys need to be hydrated all the times. It helps in removing toxins from the blood. If we do not drink enough water and don’t keep our kidneys hydrated, toxins will start building up in the blood, resulting in many ailments. Drink at least 10 glasses of water daily and stay healthy.
A good sleep reduces the workload on heart and it makes the heart function properly. Those with heart ailments, should especially take care and should sleep properly.
Drinking too much coffee? Drinking too much carbonated drinks? Both of them have caffeine. Too much of caffeine can damage your kidneys. Reduce your intake of coffee and carbonated drinks. Be moderate in taking them.
Those with acidity and heartburn, should sleep at 10 in the night. Sleeping early means, good digestion, which results in no acidity and no heartburn.
Eating too much salt can harm your kidneys. Daily intake of salt should no more than 5.8 grams.
Sleeping at 10 in the night and waking up at 6 in the morning, prevents fatigue during the morning.