What Happens When Metabolic Waste Builds Up In The Blood?
The body has a metabolism that is so extraordinary that when there is waste produced by the body it will be processed and excreted by the organs that function to excrete or expel substances that are no longer needed.
Some organs that function to dispose of waste in the body such as:
Kidneys, where the kidneys process waste products from the blood and also excrete excess fluid where the product is excreted in the form of urine. In addition to filtering substances that are not needed, the kidneys will also sort out useful materials to be returned to the body's circulation through the blood
Liver, plays a role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, amino acids and fats or lipids. In addition, the liver will take toxic substances and change them to be safe and ensure that those substances that are not useful will be removed by the body
The gallbladder functions to carry on the fluid produced by the liver and becomes a storage place where the gallbladder will also affect the color of the stool due to the process of bilirubin which is the rest of the red blood cells that are broken down by the liver.
The skin functions to expel sweat which also functions to regulate body humidity and temperature
Large intestine, serves to accommodate all waste and is collected as feces before being excreted
If these organs are not able to carry out their functions properly, changes will occur in the body and begin to cause physical symptoms. If an organ fails, it can affect the overall condition of the body to the point of threatening life. Therefore it is important to maintain the health of the body's organs to stay healthy. Apply a healthy lifestyle by eating good food, getting enough fluids, resting well, managing stress well and exercising regularly.
Hope it is useful,
dr. Adi P.