Hydration and Chronic Kidney Disease
What you eat is a big part of how you can make yourself better or worse, because everything you take into your body is eventually processed through your kidneys.
What many people do not realize is that your diet also includes your fluid intake, not just food.
Why Hydration Is Important?
Dehydration can cause cognitive issues, headache, dizziness, increased heart rate, urinary problems, and a host of other potentially dangerous side effects.
How Hydration Effects Your Kidneys?
When you are dehydrated, there are excess proteins and minerals that can build up in your system and actually even crystalize.
How to Keep Yourself Hydrated?
You can keep yourself properly hydrated through drinking fluids and eating foods that have a high water content.
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