The heart is one of the main parts of our circulatory system. Failure of the heart to function properly will obstruct the entire circulatory system. And this may lead to the occurring of water retention. Let’s take a look at the heart and its function as it will help you to better understand how and what are the causes of fluid retention in patients with heart problems and disorders. or
- Liver is the largest glandular organ in our body. It serves several roles in our digestive, circulatory and excretory system. Overall, the liver performs about 500 vital functions and produces over 1,000 essential substances needed by our body. Moreover, we can only live up to 24 hours without the liver function. Failure of the liver to function properly is one of the causes of excessive water retention in legs and abdominal.
- Chronic lung disease is a general term of persistent lung disorders. It affects many people around the world. One of the complications of chronic lung disease is severe water retention in body. Let’s take a look at the lung and its functions to better understand what causes water retention in patients with chronic lung disease. or You can jump directly to Ankle and Feet Swelling, Pulmonary Edema in COPD, ARDS, Lung Disorders here
- Kidney is one of the main parts of our excretory system. Failure of the kidneys to function properly will obstruct the entire excretory system. And this may lead to the occurring of water retention. Let’s take a look at the kidney and its function as it will help you to better understand how and what causes water retention in patients with kidney problems. Kidneys inside our body Our kidneys are two bean-shaped organs which are located near the middle of the back; one on each side.