The kidneys maintain the pH and regulate water content in the blood. The kidneys also remove waste products and filter them into the bladder to be removed.
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There are far more than three conditions that are controlled inside your body. Examples are temperature, oxygen level, blood sugar level, pH of our blood, blood electrolyte levels, heart rate, and muscle tone. The maintenance of a relatively stable body state is known as homeostasis.
The kidney is the organ that manages the water content of the blood. People typically have two.
it regulates the water content of the cell, eliminating excess water, thereby maintaining osmotic potential
the kidney's most directly regulate the concentration of water in blood.
the body regulates sodium level by adding water to blood in circulation, that contibutes to increasing blood pressure.