Maintaining your general health necessitates putting a lot of emphasis on the condition of your kidneys. Adopting a healthy lifestyle that includes eating correctly, getting regular exercise, drinking lots of water, and avoiding bad habits like smoking and binge drinking alcohol, as well as keeping an eye on your blood pressure and blood sugar levels, can help you avoid kidney-related illnesses.
Our bodies' kidneys continuously operate to keep us healthy and disease-free. They eliminate pollutants, filter waste, and maintain mineral balance, which lowers blood pressure. The little choices we make each day have a big impact on the health of our kidneys. With the assistance of Dr. Prakash Chandra Shetty, a urologist at the Dr. LH Hiranandani Hospital in Powai, Mumbai, let's learn how our seemingly insignificant lifestyle choices impact the health of our kidneys.