Does Staying Up Late At Night And Consumption Of High-protein Milk Can Interfere With The Work Of The Kidneys?
I have a case: I stayed up late watching the world cup for about a week … and during that night I drank high-protein milk (soy milk powder). I’ve heard that the kidneys rest at work at 2 am, but I even drink high-protein milk … . Of the cases above can the kidneys be “overhead”?
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Every food you consume goes through the process of digestion by digestive enzymes starting from the mouth, stomach to the small intestine. Including the high protein milk that you say, will go through this process. This process takes up to 6-8 hours. Then the food will become food saris to be delivered to cells in need. Food essence is transported by red blood cells in blood vessels. This digestion time can be longer, depending on one's health condition and the type of nutrients contained in the food (for example protein will take longer than fiber).
Any excess substances in the human body will be excreted by the kidneys through urine. The protein will not be able to get out through a healthy kidney.
So, what you do certainly does not cause disruption of the kidneys directly (does not increase the workload of the kidneys). However, in general, staying up late will cause all parts of the human body to be unable to be in a resting condition. Which if done as a daily habit, of course eventually will cause disease, which can occur in any body organ.
Thus hopefully useful.