Why Blood Pressure Level is Important for Diabetic Nephropathy Patient2015-07-16 16:58
Why normal blood pressure level is important for Diabetic Nephropathy patient ? According to research, high blood pressure can make the kidney disease more complex. The control of your blood pressure is absolutely critical in the management of diabetes. Even slightly high blood pressure in men can cause serious problems or accelerate existing ones.
What is the relationship between diabetes and high blood pressure ?
Diabetes increases blood pressure in men significantly, as it is a major cause of atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries. Hardened arteries restrict blood flow and lead to a wide range of cardiovascular complications. Atherosclerosis is a major factor in the development of diabetes, so the two symptoms perpetuate and worsen each other.
What is a safe blood pressure level for person with diabetes ?
Do not let your blood pressure rise above 130/80 if you are a diabetic man. Above this range, you begin to encounter problems related to heart disease and cardiovascular disorders. These problems are even serious enough to require amputation if not addressed in time.
How to control the high blood pressure level ?
Fit diet, daily workout and some medicines are helpful in lowering the high blood pressure, but none of them can cure this disease from its root, so that damand us to seek help from treatment.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy as one of the innovation of traditional Chinese herb medicine, it can solve the kidney problem from its uderlying causes by repairing the damaged kidney tissues and improving the kidney function.
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