Urinary System

Published on Urinary system.

Along with the reproductive system, the urinary system belongs to the water element of the five elements of the human body. Our association with our deepest beliefs lies in the waters. The waters are associated with the beginning of life. The urinary system is made up of the kidneys, ureters, which connect each of the kidneys to the bladder, bladder, and urethra, which expels the urine from the bladder to the outside. The main function of this system is to maintain the homeostasis in the organism by adjusting the composition, volume, and pressure of the blood. This way, it destroys and keeps specific amounts of water and liquid solutions. The renal tissue includes the nephrons, which are functional units of the kidney that filter, separate, and absorb body fluids. Problems in the urinary system may be several, and must be analyzed on an individual basis. They are all associated with ancestors, deep social beliefs, clan, society, birth, the relationship with parents, and the parents’ relationship. This applies to both children and adults. In this system, there is polarity between the right and left sides, but only regarding the kidneys and ureters, and not for all symptoms. So, when there is polarity, the right side is yang (masculine) and the left side is yin (feminine) for left-handed and right-handed people alike. Problems in the yang kidney or ureter indicate difficulties in the relationship with the male model or in the relationship with liquids, due to a masculine influence, and problems in the yin kidney or ureter show problems with the female model or in the relationship with liquids, due to a feminine influence. In the case of renal insufficiency, this polarity is not applicable.

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