Hypertension causes CKD (chronic kidney disease)? Hypertension, that is, an increase in blood pressure, affects a lot of people. Studies have shown that hypertension is one of the main causes of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and therefore people with hypertension should pay attention to pressure and keep it within normal limits in a timely manner. At high pressure, all blood vessels, including kidney vessels, are damaged, which in a long time reduces the function of the kidneys. With impaired renal function, they inefficiently filter blood from waste and toxins and so various harmful substances accumulate in the blood and this worsens the condition of the kidneys. And so it is very important to control blood pressure for patients with CKD.
How to control the pressure?
A healthy lifestyle, moderate exercise, and a balanced diet plan play an important role in controlling pressure and improving overall health.
- Monitor body weight and avoid obesity. Do not drink and do not smoke the same helps. At the same time, if necessary, then take some medicine for pressure, from high cholesterol and anemia.
- Strictly restrict the use of sodium, usually not more than 5 g per day.
Of course, these beneficial changes help slow the progression of CKD and alleviate symptoms and discomforts, but they are unable to repair damaged kidney cells and tissues, restore kidney function, and improve overall health. For this purpose, we recommend our Chinese treatment: Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. Osmotherapy can expand blood vessels, accelerate blood circulation, regulate blood pressure, repair damaged kidneys, restore the filter system, improve kidney function and strengthen the immune system. For more information, talk to our online doctor or leave us a message below and we are happy to help you.
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