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So far, high blood pressure and diabetes are two leading causes of kidney disease. Here, we will talk about the relationship of hypertension and hypertensive nephropathy. If you have any questions, please do feel free to contact our Online Doctor or email to email@example.com and we will do our best to help you.
The facts of high blood pressure and hypertensive nehroapthy.
Speaking of high blood pressure, we are not so unfamiliar because the there are many people with high blood pressure around us. The incidence of the disease has increased considerably in the recent years. According to some statistics, there are 19% adults have high blood pressure in our country. That’s to say, our country has more than two billions of high blood pressure patients. Then, having a look at Hypertensive Nephropathy, the morbidity of adults’ chronic kidney disease is up to 10.8%. Namely, there will be one patient among ten people. In our daily life, we think kidney disease is far away from us, but these dates are amazing.
Well then, is there any relationship between high blood pressure and kidney disease?
To be frank, kidney disease is associated with high blood pressure. It is reported that about 2%-4% of high blood pressure patients are caused by kidney disease, and among kidney disease patients, there are more than 60% people have high blood pressure. During the development of illness condition, hypertension can speed up the decreased of renal function. In return, decreased renal function will also worsen high blood pressure. Both of the diseases are the great threat for patients’ life.
Last but not least, how to deal with the condition?
In our Treatment center point, we do use natural treatments like Micro-Chinese Medicien Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath and so on to clean the polluted blood. What’s more, the ingredients of the medicines can permeate into kidney lesions, through the specific functions, related symptoms also be can controlled from the root.