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Kidney Care 101 Prevention is Better than Cure!

Buon giorno to all my dear reading followers around the globe and also to all my fellow bloggers especially from Europe! Lets discuss our health as the holiday season is just around the corner.

According to health stats pertaining to patients age bracket when it comes to Kidney diseases, a surge in the youth or teenage level have risen tremendously which they carefully related to the modern lifestyle, fast pace nature of doing daily things and most importantly to the trending demand to be abreast or updated with the ins and out of the society. The fast technological advancements have somehow dictated the human pace in dealing the high demand or immediate responses and arriving at solutions in a race to tucked in that business goals and keep the resource in the mainstream which according to many is the name of the game. But for every nature of speed it requires the human responses and it also has the biggest potential to take toll to our health if we fail to identify the pros and cons attach to it…,  on a long term basis. As mentioned earlier Kidney diseases has been seeing its rise in hospital and specialty clinic records specifically the utilization or application of Hemodialysis unit in treating the disease.

Allow me to share the following which were lifted from one of the social media source which are worth your time to read and be aware of , not only for your own consumption but for all your loved ones information and awareness. Happy reading and please be informed that it is FREE to share …

Common and executable ways to avert the menace of Kidney Disease

  • Stop the delayed action going to a toilet. Keeping your urine in your bladder for too long is a bad idea. A full bladder can cause bladder damage. The urine that stays in the bladder multiplies bacteria quickly. Once the urine re-flux is back to the ureter and kidneys, toxic substances can result in kidney infections, then urinary tract infections, and nephritis, plus uremia. When nature calls…,  do it as soon as possible.
  • Consuming too much salt is a big NO. , 5.8 grams of salt daily -recommended by health experts.
  • Eating too much meat, especially red ones. Too much protein in your diet is harmful for your kidneys. Protein digestion produces ammonia – a toxin that is very destructive to your kidneys. More meat equals more kidney damage., but if you’re on a muscle building program just make sure you do your training.
  • Drinking too much caffeine. Caffeine is a component of many sodas and soft drinks. It raises your blood pressure and your kidneys start suffering. You should cut down the amount of sodas, energy drinks, performance enhancing drink on a daily basis.
  • Not or unable to drink that precious water. Our kidneys should be hydrated properly to perform their functions well. If we don’t drink enough, the toxins can start accumulating in the blood, as there isn’t enough fluid to drain them through kidneys. It is highly recommended to drink more than 10 glasses of water daily. There is an easy way to check if you are drinking enough water: Look at the color of your urine; the lighter the color, the better.
  • Late treatment. Treat all your health problems properly and have your health checked regularly. Beloved and my dear, let’s help ourselves… We all do have the tendencies to seek clinical help once it turn into an enduring pain, dont delay the trip to those health facilities… the longer you delays it, the higher the accumulations of bad bacteria to your system becomes. and with this medicines try to ask your doctor as according to many  they are very dangerous: D-Cold; Vicks Action-500; Actified; Coldarin; Cosome; Nice;  Nimulid; Cetrizet-D as these contain Phenyl Propanol-Amide PPA which causes Strokes and are banned.

Adding these Important Health Tips:

  1.  Answer phone calls with the left ear.
  2.  Don’t take your medicine with cold water….
  3.  Don’t eat heavy meals after 5pm.
  4.  Drink more water in the morning, less at night.
  5.  Best sleeping time is from 10pm to 4 am.
  6.  Don’t lie down immediately after taking medicine or after meals.
  7.  When phone’s battery is low to last bar, don’t answer the phone; the radiation is 1000 times higher than the required limit.

It’s never too late to care for your health for you are unaware where it’ll end. – Paquito


Rainy Season Instasafety Moves

We are now currently in the wettest season of the year, tropical storms coupled with monsoon rains is a great recipe for abrupt floodings to low-lying areas and places adjacent to riverbanks, threats of overflowed waters and necessary release of critical spilling level of water from the dams surrounding the metropolis are the major challenges our society is facing. Prevention is better than cure as we always heard, readiness is an obligation we should seriously consider and stay away from the catastrophic effects of the season. Here are several instant safety moves you must remember whenever you’re caught or trap anywhere during heavy rains.

Ensure your smart phone’s battery level to have a communication link outside and have a means to check the updates surrounding your area at that moment in time. Raincoat, boots and sweaters should always be ready whenever needed. Think like an eskimo is the name of the game.

Listen carefully and seriously act in accordance with the public announcement instruction if you need to leave your place of low lying areas and move with your handy kits for a time being while on an evacuation facilities.

Don’t drive through the flooded areas as the actual looks or scene can be deceiving, trust your instinct but better not go out if you got nothing important to do during heavy rainy days. And in addition to this always maintain enough fuel in your vehicle diesel tank.

Can’t leave office due to traffic? Stay where you are and Inform your relatives of the situation and make the most out of it productively, better be dry and productive than wet and sickly the next day. Check the local and international internet news portals to get the true facts of the weather condition and give you a better insights of its duration and strengths.

A bag of no cooking needed instant food to nourish you during these hard times is a great move as supermarkets sometimes cut down operations in order not to sacrifice their facilities during extreme weather conditions. Of course an extra gallon of potable water must come with it.

Let’s sum up to be ready and survive the weather extremities ill effects

  • Battery Full Charge, Rain gears ready  and think like eskimo.
  • Survival kit, Radio and PA announcement careful listening is a must.
  • Full Tank, avoid flooded areas or don’t leave home or office parking area if necessary
  • Stay dry and productive while at work during forced stay hours and inform relatives and check  updates on the internet.
  • Food and Water supply must be more than enough to survive the deal.

Being well informed raise the chance of survival and gives you ample time to recreate your days without any fuzz and the only person available to do this for you is you and no one else. You don’t like to tell yourself several if’s and but’s once you’re trap in a situation you could’ve never imagine in your entire life, right? Get started and proactively put your thoughts into actions and preparation to assure yourself and relatives of getting the sunrise once the storm is over.

The amount of survival depends on the amount of preparation we put in. – Paquito

Your comments and suggestion are truly welcome, send them in and let’s create a proactive list of preparation 101 for those who can’t do it for themselves.