Are YOU constipated? Then you're at 13% more likely to develop kidney failure

  • Constipation is the mother of all diseases
  • Sufferers have a 13% higher chance of developing chronic kidney disease
  • While they are 9% more likely to have their organ fail – which can be deadly 
  • Either kidney condition increases the need for dialysis or a transplant
  • Being diagnosed with constipation early may help prevent both conditions
  • Experts also say a diet that incorporates more fiber could reduce the risk

People suffering from constipation are 10% more likely to develop kidney failure – which can be fatal

Being constipated increases the risk of developing kidney disease, scientists warn.

Sufferers of the common condition have a 13 per cent higher chance of developing the chronic disorder which causes the organs to not work as effectively. 

While having bowel difficulties also leaves adults at higher risk of kidney failure – the last stage of the disease which can be deadly, new research suggests. 

An early diagnosis of constipation may help doctors to prevent either of the conditions from occurring, experts believe.

They also say a healthier diet that incorporates more fibre and exercising could help stop the need for dialysis or a transplant.

 
 

The Colon Diseases You Develop When You Have Constipation

Your gut, which consists of your small intestine and colon, is home for good and bad bacteria. It is this bacterium that sends energetic signals to all parts of your body to control their function.
Your gut determines what kind of health you will have, good or bad. When your bad bacteria is in control in your gut, you will have constipation.

It is well known that constipation, hemorrhoids, colitis, diverticulosis, IBS, varicose veins, and possibly even colon cancer are a reflection of poor gut health.

Constipation is one of those problems no one wants to talk about, yet all of us suffer from it, if only just occasionally. Many people cannot achieve normal elimination without the regular use of laxatives, which in itself can lead to other serious health problems.

Studies show that 70 to 80 percent of colon cancer is caused by diet and poor bowel habits …QUITE SIMPLY, good colon health is essential to overall good health.”

It is critical that you know how create or maintain exceptional gut health. When you have this knowledge, you will be able to improve and control your health.

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A high fiber diet is known to keep people’s bowel movements regular.

Constipation, which is believed to affect one in seven adults, can have a variety of impacts on human health.

It is known to increase the risk of cardiovascular disease – believed to be through effects caused by stomach bacteria. 

But researchers from the University of Tennessee wanted to assess its effect on kidney health.

They studied more than 3.5 million US veterans with normal kidney function.

Experts say a healthier diet that incorporates more fibre and exercising more could help prevent kidney problems in future

They were also had a nine per cent higher chance of suffering from kidney failure.

While adults who were more severely constipated had a much higher risk of both kidney disease and failure. 

Researcher  highlight the plausible link between the gut and the kidneys and provide additional insights into the pathogenesis of kidney disease progression.

Results suggest the need for careful observation of kidney function trajectory in patients with constipation, particularly among those with more severe constipation.’

He added that lifestyle changes such as a healthy diet or exercising more could potentially protect kidney health – alongside probiotic supplements. 

The study was published in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology.