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How to Prevent Kidney Disease Does Not Strike Yourself?

How to prevent kidney disease does not strike Yourself? Patients with diabetes, blood sugar should always be controlled, patients with hypertension, blood pressure should always be controlled. Patients with high uric acid, uric acid level should be lowered to normal.

How to prevent kidney disease does not strike Yourself? Patients with diabetes, blood sugar should always be controlled, patients with hypertension, blood pressure should always be controlled. Patients with high uric acid, uric acid level should be lowered to normal. In patients already known to suffer from autoimmune diseases such as Lupus, Lupus disease have remission (recovery).

Currently in the middle of the many different alternative treatments in addition to modern medicine that claims to cure diabetes or hypertension so that a full recovery. Obviously this claim is not true, because diabetes and hypertension can only be said to be well controlled with medication or without medication.

Therefore, any treatment given, blood sugar levels or blood pressure should always be checked regularly. Because if this is not addressed will lead to complications of chronic renal failure that need dialysis or even transplant (transplanted) kidney.

To reduce risk of kidney disease, there are some important tips are:

1. Complete examination of urine creatinine and urea in patients with chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension and high uric acid as well as diseases such as lupus Erythematosus aoutoimun.

2. Not taking drugs regularly without your doctor’s instructions.

3. Enough to drink 8-10 glasses per day under normal conditions.

4. No urinary incontinence in a long time.

5. Do not ignore the possibility of a variety of disorders associated with impaired renal medicine medical treatment immediately.

6. Recognize health problems related to the kidneys such as painful urination, frequent urination, urination not lampias, urination or red meat such as laundry or hip pain.

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