4. Do not drink enough water
Water is vital to our bodies. It is 65% water in an adult. It is therefore essential to drink enough each day, especially when considering kidney health, as shown in this study published in the British Medical Journal. Remember that it is recommended to drink 1.5 to 2 L of water per day.
5. Lack of sleep
A good night’s sleep is essential for our body, since it is at this time that the body rests to prepare itself to face a new day. It is also during sleep that the body tries to repair damage to its tissues and cells, including the kidneys. Sleeping 7 to 9 hours will not only preserve your health but also protect your kidneys!