Every day, our mind processes tons of information, our bodies perform thousands of actions. Living in this busy world makes it very easy to miss some messages that your body sends you. And the consequences of not communicating and not responding to these signals can be dramatic.
1. Changes in urination
Your kidneys are responsible for the production of urine and the disposal of waste by it. Changes in the frequency, smell, colour and appearance of urine should not be ignored. The most common types of changes are:
Increased need to urinate, especially at night. Between 4 and 10 times a day are considered normal.
Seeing blood in urine. Healthy kidneys filter waste from the blood to produce urine, but if the filter is damaged, the blood cells can start to “leek” in the urine.
Having foamy urine. The presence of bubbles in the urine, especially those that require you to flush several times until they disappear, indicates the presence of unwanted proteins in the urine.
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