10 Signs you may pay attention to your kidneys

2. Having high blood pressure inside your body:

harlequin ichthyosis,
popcorn lung,
typhoid mary,
menkes disease,
rms disease,
wiskott aldrich syndrome,
granulomatosis with polyangiitis,
familial mediterranean fever,
hemophilia b,
epidermolysis bullosa

Our circulatory system and kidneys depend on each other. We notice that our kidneys contain nephrons. Kidneys are responsible for removing waste products and fluids far away from the blood. Sometimes, when damage inflects our blood vessels, we find that nephrons are impaired. This means that little oxygen and nutrients are supplied to the nephrons which lead to high blood pressure.

You can make your blood pressure better by eating foods that are full of folic acids. These foods help to increase the production of red blood cells which help also in preventing anemia…

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