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Posted on Apr 19, 2022

Diabetic kidney disease: Overview

Diabetic kidney disease is a  also type of kidney disease caused by diabetes.Diabetes is the vital  cause of kidney disease. Approximately  1 out of 4 adults with diabetes has kidney disease.The important part  of the kidneys is to filter wastes and extra water out of your blood to make urine. Your kidneys also help control blood pressure and make hormones that your body needs to stay healthy. Diabetic kidney disease is also called DKD, chronic kidney disease, CKD, kidney disease of diabetes, or diabetic nephropathy.

High blood glucose, also called  blood sugar, can damage the blood vessels in your kidneys. When the blood vessels are destroyed  they don’t work as well. Several  people with diabetes also develop high blood pressure  which can also damage your kidneys.Research   more about high blood pressure and kidney disease. Having diabetes for a longer time increases the risks  chances that you will have kidney issue like damage.. If you are suffering from diabetes  you are more likely to create  kidney disease if your. The best  way to slow or prevent diabetes related kidney disease is to try to reach your blood glucose and blood pressure goals. Good  lifestyle habits and taking your medicines as mention  can help you achieve these goals and developed  your health overall. Blood pressure is the force of your blood versus the wall of your blood vessels. High blood pressure ensure that it  makes your heart work too hard. It can cause heart attack problem  stroke, and kidney disease.

Your health care people  will also work with you to help you set and reach your blood pressure goal. The blood pressure goal for most people with diabetes is below 140/90 mm Hg.

  • Blood glucose is too high
  • Blood pressure is too high

It also  likely to develop kidney disease if you have diabetes and

  • Smoke
  • Don’t follow your diabetes eating plan
  • Eat foods high in salt
  • Are not active
  • Are obesity
  • Have heart disease problem
  • Have a family back ground  of kidney failure