Your kidneys, which are located in the back of the abdomen, at the level of the last two ribs, on each side of the spine, are part of your most precious organs. Indeed, they are called “noble organs” because their function is essential to independent living. If they become damaged, it will require medical attention and long and expensive care to keep you alive. Moreover, even the most rigorous medical follow-up can not replace your kidneys. For this reason, it is imperative to ensure that these organs are protected and maintained in good health.
One of the main functions of the kidneys is to remove waste and excess fluid from our body through the urine. Also, the regulation of the salt, potassium and acid content of the body is done by the kidneys. This process is necessary for the proper functioning of our body.
Vital organs, our kidneys filter and restore in the blood nearly 200 liters of liquid every day. So, to preserve and maintain them in good health, here are 8 signs to which you should pay particular attention:
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