Too much salt: Sodium in salt can increase blood pressure, which can damage the kidneys. It also increases the risk of kidney stones, which cause problems when passing urine, pain and headaches.
Excess alcohol: Consuming excessive amounts of alcohol also damages the kidneys. If a person with healthy kidneys consumes limited amount of alcohol it is not considered bad for health. However, if you start drinking a lot of alcohol, it increases the risk of kidney disease.
Smoking: If you smoke too much, it can lead to fatal kidney problems. Smoking increases the risk of high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes, two of the leading causes of kidney disease. It also reduces blood flow to the kidneys.
Use of painkillers: Excessive use of painkillers damages the kidneys. Aspirin, Advil and Ibuprofen are commonly used painkillers. It is safe when taken under the advice of a general practitioner. However, when it is used excessively, the kidneys become damaged and the kidneys stop working.
Use more meat: Everyone likes meat. Eating in limited quantities is beneficial for health. However, eating too much meat is also considered very harmful for the kidneys. Meat has a good amount of protein. However, the protein in meat increases the amount of acid in the blood. Because of this, the kidneys cannot function properly due to this acid.
Drink less water: Water keeps the kidney functioning well. It is through this process that body dust and disordered things are released from the body. When the amount of water in the body is low, the kidneys can be damaged.
Processed foods: Processed ready-to-eat foods are high in sodium and phosphorus. We learned about sodium. Phosphorus is harmful to both our bones and kidneys.
Consumption of beverages (soda): A recent study has confirmed a direct link between drinking soda and kidney problems. This has been confirmed by research conducted on 3,000 women. Women who consumed two or three sodas a day had a 30 percent decrease in kidney function.