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Kidneys balance the body’s chemistry by regulating fluid, removing wastes and maintaining mineral balance. But kidney failure can happen due to conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and other diseases that affect the kidneys. Learn how kidneys fail and the treatments you can receive if you have kidney disease.Post a comment | 0 responses
A diagnosis of chronic kidney disease can cause anxiety and stress. It is important for people with kidney disease to attend to the emotional and mental challenges that come from being diagnosed with kidney disease. Find out how to become more educated about kidney disease, how to connect with other kidney disease patients and how to improve your emotional outlook.Post a comment | 2 responses
The urinary system is your body’s sophisticated system for making, storing and eliminating urine. It works to maintain the balance of chemicals and water in your body. There are certain disorders that can greatly interrupt the normal functioning of the urinary system. Learn what they are and when urinary system disorders could lead to kidney disease.Post a comment | 0 responses
Approximately 1 in 4 adults in the U.S. today have high blood pressure, which can lead to life-threatening illnesses including kidney disease, heart disease and stroke. High blood pressure control, including lifestyle and dietary changes, can help bring your blood pressure levels within healthy ranges.
Phosphorus is found in every cell of the body. It keeps your bones and teeth strong, and regulates the heart, nerves and kidneys. But when you have kidney disease, limiting phosphorus in your diet can help keep you healthier. Learn why controlling phosphorus is important for people with early stage kidney disease, which foods are low in phosphorus and which foods are high in phosphorus.Post a comment | 0 responses