Kidney disease can lead to chronic kidney failure, a life-threatening condition.


To minimize risks, take these precautions...

Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated and flush out wastes. This also lowers the chances of developing kidney stones and infections.

Minimize spice intake; a lot of excess sodium and potassium in foods can come from seasonings and pickles.

Maintain a healthy weight to manage blood sugar, control blood pressure, and lower the risk of kidney disease.

Limit salt intake: too much salt (sodium) leads to high blood pressure, which affects kidney function.

Limit intake of alcohol and tobacco(smoking or chewing), as they increase the risk of developing high blood pressure, kidney disease, and other health problems.

Control cholesterol - high cholesterol, especially in diabetics, increases the risks of kidney disease, heart disease, and stroke.

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