A person’s muscle and kidney functioning can be weakened due to a variety of factors. This article will discuss some of the most common causes of weakened muscle and kidney function, as well as what you can do to prevent it from happening in the future.
The first cause is physical injury. If you are constantly doing something that hurts your muscles or strains them, they will become weaker over time. A second possible cause is excessive alcohol consumption; this substance actually damages the kidneys which weakens their functioning. The third common reason for weakening muscle and kidney functioning is malnutrition; if you don’t provide your body with all of the necessary nutrients, then your muscles will weaken too!
If you are concerned about weakened muscle and kidney functioning, then take the time to assess what might be causing it. If your physical activity is too high or if you drink a lot of alcohol, consider cutting back on these activities for awhile in order to let your muscles recover! You can also add more protein into your diet which will help strengthen them again.
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To prevent weakening muscle and kidneys function read this article (link) now! It provides several reasons why they could weaken as well as some advice on what to do if they are already weaker than desired.
Strengthen weak muscles by reducing vigorous exercise and drinking less alcohol while adding protein supplements
to your diet.
Weak muscles can also be caused by a lack of protein, which is why it’s important to eat plenty of meat and other foods that are high in protein!
If you’re overweight or obese then you might need to cut back on the calories consumed since obesity can lead to weak muscles and impaired kidney function.
Get more sleep so that your body has time for muscle repair as well as elimination of toxins through urinating while asleep at night.
Ensure adequate hydration with water consumption throughout the day. This will help flush out any excess salt retained from drinking alcohol. Drink until urine is clear instead of yellow when finished waking up overnight (or morning).
To strengthen your kidneys try cutting
back on salt and alcohol consumption.
Cutting back on sweets, processed foods, sodas and caffeine will also help the body flush out toxins more efficiently from impaired kidney function.
If you have diabetes then make sure to keep blood sugar levels in check with regular insulin injections or diabetic medications as well as a healthy diet.
And lastly avoid any overuse of medication that can weaken muscle tissue without consulting your doctor first! Here are some common culprits: Acetaminophen (Tylenol), Metformin (Glucophage) for type II Diabetes, Prednisone for inflammatory conditions like asthma or arthritis, Salicylic Acid acne treatments, Ibuprofen/Naproxen antiinflammatory pills such as Advil or Motrin.
Exercise also helps with muscle strength and can help strengthen the muscles in your kidneys, which may be under-developed from a lifetime of poor nutrition, as well as aiding in their function when they are weak.
What is the Cause of Weakened Muscle and Kidney Functioning?
There are many factors that could cause this to happen but here’s what you need to know about salt consumption and alcohol intake: Cutting back on sweets, processed foods, sodas and caffeine will also help the body flush out toxins more efficiently from impaired kidney function. If you have diabetes then make sure to keep blood sugar levels in check with regular insulin injections or diabetic medications as well as a healthy diet. And finally, it’s important to know how salt affects your kidneys and what you can do about it.
The effects of too much sodium are not limited to just the heart or blood vessels. The dangers range from high blood pressure that could lead to a stroke or aneurysm, kidney disease leading to renal failure, osteoporosis due lack for calcium in the bloodstream and bone tissue weakening symptoms like muscle fatigue according to Drs. Michael Roizen on WebMD.com
Exercise may help with weakened muscle function: One thing is certain – any exercise will strengthen muscles including those in your kidneys which might be under-developed based on a lifetime of poor nutrition; additionally aiding them when they’re weak. Called resistance training by physical therapists, this is when the person trains one muscle group while holding another back.
“Training a muscle limits its ability to take up oxygen and glucose from the blood,” says Aaron Sellers PT, DPT in an article for WebMD.com called “Exercising Your Kidneys.” The result? A stronger kidney that’s better able to do what it needs to do on behalf of your body which could lead you feeling less fatigued during your day-to-day activities or exercising.
To avoid weakened muscles as well as impaired kidneys function: Keep sodium intake low; drink plenty of water each day – about six glasses or so daily according to Roizen M.D.; stay active by doing regular exercise and eating healthy.