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Sunday, March 5, 2017

You'll sleep better if you're kind to your kidneys

March is National Kidney Month and NephCure Kidney International logosSleep deprivation and sleep disorders challenge the various systems in the body to maintain the critical functional balance called homeostasis
As with the health of many other organs in the body, kidney health can become a casualty of sleep problems.

The kidneys are two hard-working organs in the body which can suffer from the long-term consequences of poor sleep. 
Likewise, kidney dysfunction can negatively affect sleep quality and quantity.

2 comments:

  1. Absolutely, Drinking plenty of alkaline water throughout the day will help with sleep dramatically. Also sticking to a healthy diet. Here's a great article with more info:
    http://memoryfoammiracle.com/simple-home-remedies-for-better-sleep/

    Carson C

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