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7steps For Disease - Free Kidneys

Step -1
  Take steps to control your blood pressure. It's very important to have normal pressure. The easiest way to maintain it's by restricting the amounts of salt and sodium foods that you consume.
Step -2
  Tell your doctor if your family has a history of high blood pressure or kidney disease. Both of these conditions can be hereditary. Your doctor may prescribe angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor medication to help control your blood pressure.
Step -3
  Stay alert for changes in your urine. If you have cloudy, smelly, foamy urine or it hurts when urinate, see a doctor. These symptoms are signs of urinary tract problems. If left untreated, these problems could lead to the development of kidney disease later in life
Step -4
  Watch for symptoms of anemia. If you are constantly tired, bruise easily or suffer from dizziness you might be anemic. This condition can contribute to kidney disease if it is not properly treated or becomes a chronic problem.
Step -5
  Have yearly urine and blood test along with a physical examination. These tests can help detect the earliest signs of developing kidney problems as well as other medical problems.
Step -6
  Stay active .A normal exercise schedule of 30 minutes a day, five times a week will help keep your body functioning normally.
Step -7
  Drink lots of water. Your kidneys have to process every liquid that goes into your body. Water is very important and helps clear impurities out of your system.
You can prevent high blood pressure by:
  Maintaining a healthy weight: Being overweight can make you two six times more likely to develop high blood pressure than if you are at your desirable weight. Exam small amounts of weight loss can make a big difference in helping to prevent and treat high blood pressure.
  Getting regular exercise: People who are physically active have risk of getting high blood pressure by 20-50%.
  Reducing salt intake: Reducing salt intake often prevents blood pressure from rising.
  Reduce stress: Stress can make blood pressure go up and over time may contribute to the cause of high blood pressure.ake steps to reduce your stress