High blood sugar level can damage your arteries and organs, and especially your sensitive kidneys, keeping an eye on your blood sugar is crucial to protect your kidneys from further damage.
High blood pressure causes kidney damage, and vice versa. If you have high blood pressure, measuring your blood pressure twice daily is recommended.
Whether you’ve been newly diagnosed with kidney disease, or you’ve had it for a while, chances are you are reading this because you want to keep them healthy. There are a few major factors that influence our kidneys, most of these are lifestyle-related, like diet and exercise, but many other factors influencing kidney function are related to either supplements or even other diseases. Below we will review a variety of lifestyle factors that influence the health of your kidneys.