Reflecting on 2022 | Ahhmazingly Healthy

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Happy New Year 2023! 🎉

Where has time gone? A whole year again flew by in a blink of an eye and 2022 is now over. Let us all reflect on the past events, the pandemic, the moments, the changes, the success, the failures, the celebrations, life, death and much more so that we can be grateful and thankful for what God has provided for us in the past year.

Sometimes it’s not what we would have wanted but that’s ok because everything happens for a reason and if we follow our journey even though we may not understand it or why some things happen as we have questions, let’s just embrace it, accept it and bring on better with change by ringing in the New Year 2023 with better opportunities that awaits us.

We have to also remember that we must do the work to create change for the

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What You Need To Know About Chronic Kidney Disease

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Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is an extended illness that can be caused by several varying factors, ranging from basic dehydration to far more serious issues such as glomerulonephritis.

The kidneys are essential for preserving the body’s health since they sift through and eliminate waste products from the bloodstream in the form of urine.

Once the kidneys become impaired or sick, their capacity to function correctly is impeded, which leads to the associated symptoms of chronic kidney disorder.

Around three decades ago, my mom who was in her sixties was afflicted with CKD. Back in the nineties, there were just a few medical centers in Navi Mumbai that had dialysis facilities.

It was very difficult for us as she had to go through dialysis twice a week. Her kidney capability was at 25 percent then.

 After her dialysis, she would feel totally exhausted, and we had to

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Kidney Disease-How To Prevent And Manage It

Kidney disease is a major health problem in the world today. More than 10% of the population worldwide, that is around 800 million people globally have chronic kidney disease, and that number is on the rise.

The good news is that there are many ways to prevent and cure kidney disease. Where you live, your family history, how you eat, how much you exercise, and how much you drink all play a role in whether or not you develop this condition.

If you have diabetes mellitus or high blood pressure, bringing these conditions under control can also help reduce your risk of developing kidney disease.

In this article, we will investigate the causes of kidney disease and find out if you are at risk for developing it.

As with most diseases, prevention is the best cure for keeping kidneys healthy. Read on for more information about preventing and curing

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