Saturday, September 13, 2008

How we can keep our kidneys in healthy all the lives.

What Will Keep the Kidneys Healthy?
1.>>Drink sufficient water. We should all drink sufficient water ( half ounce of water for each pound of body weight) daily, even though we may not "feel" thirsty. It was proven that as one grow older, the signal of thirst get weaker. Many elderly folks died not so much of diseases ,but through persistence unintentional dehydration of the body. Remember that many so-called "diseases" are caused by de-hydration of the body in the first place. For those who worried that they will drink too much (or overdose) water in a day, take comfort, for a normal pair of kidneys can efficiently process 15 liters (ie:1.5liter x 10 bottles) of water. No way any sound mind can 'overdose' with water. Your body will activate the throwout mechanism before you reach that amount. Just drink sufficient in proportion to your present body weight.

2.>>Keep them warm.
The kidneys are especially sensitive to cold. Be careful when sitting on cold tile floors. Swimmers TAKE NOTE: after swimming, take off your wet swimsuit immediately. In cold ( or winter in seasonal countries) weather, make sure you wear warm undergarment and generally dress warmly. Not dress overhot, please. (smile)

3.>>Normal blood pressure.
If your blood pressure is too low or too high(Normal blood pressure-Diastolic lesser than 80 mmHg;Systolic lesser than 120 mmHg) , you endanger your kidneys. Should either be the case, consult a physician.With every heartbeat, blood pumped from the heart pushes and expands the artery walls from the inside. This pressure is called blood pressure (BP). The artery wall ,strong and elastic, easily withstand the pressure. When the heart contracts and pushes blood into the arteries, the pressure is highest and is called the Systolic BP. In the second half of the heartbeat, when the heart relaxes and fills with blood, the pressure is at its lowest and is called the Diastolic BP. Blood pressure readings tell Systolic pressure first, then Diastolic pressure; typical reading is 120/80 mmHg. The normal Systolic range is between 100 and 120. BP rises and falls as the body's activities change. It tends to rise with age and varies with race and gender. * Persistence unintentional dehydration of the body will trigger the production of cholesterol around the membranes of the cells, to protect and prevent further dehydration of cells. Over production of natural cholesterol by the body cells will not take place when it is duly re-hydrate regularly on daily basis. There is no such a thing as 'bad' cholesterol. The body uses the cholesterol to make hormones and under the sunlight it use cholesterol to make vitamin D. The body never produce any thing to harm it ownself. Only when it is deprived of the raw material (water and nutrient) to function, then it begins to adapt and activate it's survival mechanisms.This is a survival mechanism by the body natural wisdom. Since the normal way of diffusion (rate of 0.001cm/second) to rehydrate the cells is now impossible, the body will have to adapt another method - creating a higher pressure outside the cells to 'inject' the water and nutrient into the cells - known as hypertension. Hence the measured High Blood Presure. High blood cholesterol is commonly found in patients with High BP. This natural behaviour (producing cholesterol around the membrane) of cell to survive is found in all cells; blood cells, organs' cells. The correct treatment should be the basic and simplest first, rehydration of the cells. Mal-diagnosis and unawareness of possible unintentional dehydration of the body will cause further complications of high BP (most medications and salt-free diet cannot help at all) ,and can lead to any serious conditions such as cerebral haemorrhage; disorders of the eyes-retina; Aneurysm and coronary artery disease (in the heart region) and kidney failure. Many of the present hospital protocols in use need serious reviewing , if the patient is to be help at all,honestly. *

4.>> Urinating without pain. If you have problems urinating (either you are urinating too frequently or your urination is painful), you must be treated by a physician; otherwise, a chronic kidney problem could develop.
Use the water cure program as described above and see improvement. Drink water, drink water, and drink water again, the more effective detoxification by means of the kidneys will be. Beverages that should be avoided for quenching thirst:-*Soft drinks, lemonade, and fruit nectars loaded with artificial sweetener,aspartame; *Alcoholic beverages; *Coffee and black tea; * Milk. In order to support your body in its daily detoxification effort, you should increase gradually your water intake . This way, you will flush your organism clean.
(Question: What keep your kidney healthy? Correct answer: W a t e r, w a t e r , water )

Our human body is not helpless against the onslaught of toxins from the outside (ingesting stuffs ignorantly of the ingredients) or against its own waste products, the deposits. "What the kidneys and bladder cannot eliminate the intestines have to eliminate; what the intestines cannot eliminate the lungs have to eliminate; what the lungs cannot eliminate the skin has to eliminate , and what the skin cannot eliminate will lead to death." Is your present lifestyle good for your health? Do you like to sing ? {YES!} Great. Your lungs will be happy, because singing supports the cleansing of the lungs. Our body(adult) loses 1 liter of water ,daily , merely for breathing.

If more and more hospitals and more and more physicians are needed, then this fact cries out for a basic treatment for the ills produced by affluence and abundance or overabundance. Today, with higher and higher costs for hospital care, and more and more medications being prescribed (on try an error basis) , isn't it time to try the natural and simplest method first ? Fresh air, healthy water, sea salt, potassium (banana, orange,watermelon,other fresh fruits) and exercise, daily. Smile=) 2Kings2:19-22.

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