Diabetic & Hypertension effect on kidney

Hypertension is referred as the High blood pressure which is one of the primary causes of the diabetic kidney disease & kidney failure. When the blood pressure is high in body, there is a large amount of strain present inside the blood vessels that results to impairment of the kidney. The vessels present will close off due to functional problem which can cause a cardiac arrest or heart stroke or kidney failure. The presence of High blood sugar and high cholesterol in the body can  damage the blood vessels. Such that the people with diabetes have hypertension are at high risk for damaging of the blood vessels. It actually takes years for blood vessels to utterly close off functioning and damage occurring to the blood vessels can be slowed down with treatment.

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