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The two risk factors associated with kidney disease:
-Type 1 Diabetes.
-Type 2 Diabetes.
2. High Blood Pressure(Hypertension)
If your diabetes is not controlled it can impact your blood circulation within the glomerular, which acts as a filter mechanism and is the first step in making urine
High blood pressure and Diabetes narrows your blood vessels in such a way that it hinders blood from flowing into your kidneys to be filtered and cleaned.
1. Controlling your blood sugars.
2. Take your medication.