Know about Kidney's work

Know about Kidney's work

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Know about Kidney's work
Posted in 2014

The kidneys are like the body's garbage collection and disposal system. Through microscopic units called nephrons, the kidneys remove waste products and extra water from the food a person eats, returning chemicals the body needs (such as sodium, phosphorus, and potassium) back into the bloodstream. The extra water combines with other waste to become urine, which flows through thin tubes called ureters to the bladder, where it stays until it exits through the urethra (the tube that carries urine out of the body from the bladder) when someone goes to the bathroom.
The kidneys also produce three important hormones:
  • erythropoietin, which stimulates the bone marrow to make red blood cells;
  • renin, which helps regulate blood pressure; and
  • the active form of vitamin D, which helps control the calcium balance in the body and maintain healthy bones.
Kidney failure, which is also called renal failure, is when the kidneys slow down or stop properly filtering wastes from the body, which can cause buildups of waste products and toxic substances in the blood. Kidney failure can be acute (sudden) or chronic(happening over time and usually long lasting or permanent).
  • Acute kidney injury (sometimes called acute kidney failure) may be due to bacterial infection, injury, shock, heart failure, poisoning, or drug overdose. Treatment includes correcting the problem that led to the kidney injury and, in some cases, dialysis .
  • Chronic kidney failure involves a deterioration of kidney function over time. In kids and teens, it can result from acute kidney failure that fails to improve, birth defects, chronic kidney diseases, or chronic severe high blood pressure. If diagnosed early, chronic kidney failure can be treated. The goal of treatment usually is to slow the decline of kidney function with medication, blood pressure control, and diet. At some point, a kidney transplant may be needed.
My advise
1...  Kidneys play very important role to eliminate unwanted present in blood through urine.
2...  Kidneys filter 3 liters of blood per hour, if it doesn't work we may be sick.
3...  Water you drink will mixed with blood  move your entire body and  collect unwanted present in blood and send to purify blood to kidneys then our kidneys purify blood every minute and any harmful to our health will be sent out with urine.
4.....If you don't drink sufficient water then unwanted will be stored in your kidneys and spoil your kidneys
5..   When kidneys spoils we need to transplant it with healthy kidney.
6...   If you doesn't receive healthy kidney you may  ..........................................
7....  I advise every one to drink sufficient water to protect your kidneys and health
8...   When pregnant woman don't drink sufficient water the child's kidneys may spoil before birth and he may face many health problems.

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