These 5 Trivial Habits Can Trigger Kidney Stones, Stop Now! Lifestyle – 2 hours ago

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Kidney stones or nephrolithiasis generally cause quite intense pain. This disease occurs when a solid mass forms in the kidney.

In certain cases, kidney stones can pass naturally after drinking lots of water and taking medication. But if the kidney stones are large enough, more complex medical procedures need to be carried out by a doctor.

It turns out that there are several habits that can increase the risk factors for causing kidney stones. The following are triggers that should be avoided:


1. Not drinking enough water

Many cases of dehydration are caused by certain medical conditions. However, many people get kidney stones due to lack of fluid intake.

2. Consuming excess salt and sugar

Apart from causing weight gain, sugar and salt can also increase the amount of calcium in the kidneys. This condition can encourage the formation of kidney stones.

3. Eating too much animal protein

Eating too much animal protein, such as red meat, poultry, eggs, and seafood, increases uric acid levels and can cause kidney stones. Foods high in animal protein also reduce urinary citrate levels, a chemical in urine that is useful in helping prevent the formation of kidney stones.

4. Excess weight

Obesity is associated with several comorbidities associated with an increased risk of kidney stones, and overweight women are more susceptible to these risks, according to the study. Therefore, maintaining a healthy body weight is an effective way to prevent kidney stones.

5. Too often consume foods rich in oxalate

It’s not just unhealthy food that can be a problem. Oxalates, which are found in certain fruits, vegetables and nuts, can cause crystal formation in the kidneys. So, it’s important to know which foods are low in oxalate.

Foods that are high in oxalate include spinach, soybeans, bok choy, and beets.

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