4) Eating too much sugar or salt
Consuming large amounts of salt and sugar can increase the risk of developing kidney stones and even put one in danger of developing kidney failure. Excessive sugar and salt intake can facilitate the formation of calcium oxalate crystals, which accumulate and form stones in the kidney. This, in turn, can cause the buildup of toxins, which can lead to various symptoms, including abdominal pain, bloody urine, vomiting, and fever.
Moreover, high levels of sodium and sugar can lead to dehydration, which can cause an increase in the concentration of urine and stone formation. This is why it is important to reduce salt and sugar intake and drink plenty of water to help flush out potentially dangerous ions.