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Risk Factors of Stroke in Chronic Kidney Disease

Risk Factors of Stroke in Chronic Kidney DiseaseFor Chronic Kidney Disease patients, some of them can be affected by stroke in some cases. Here, we will introduce it’s risk factors in detail:

Elevated blood pressure When blood pressure rises, it will damage the arteries, accelerate atherosclerosis and increase the risk of stroke. Besides, excessive hypotension is not helpful to prevent this complication from happening.

Diabetes According to the statistics, about 10%-30% stroke patients have high blood sugar level. In addition, the incidence of stroke in diabetics is 5 times than those without diabetes. Then, what is the relationship between stroke and diabetes? Because high blood glucose level will injure the blood vessel and promote atherosclerosis, which has close connection with stroke. Except for this, coronary heart disease is also related to this.

Various symptoms When plagued by chronic kidney disease, the kidneys will not be able to work as normal. In this case, various symptoms like swelling, proteinuria, back pain, changes in urine are more likely to occur. And these symptoms will influence patients’ life quality and stimulate kidney damage.

Additionally, other risk factors including obesity, smoking and drinking can also contribute to stroke.

Well, are there some preventive measures?

From the above analysis, we have known the risk factors of stroke in chronic kidney disease. To prevent this from happening, it is necessary to take both early and effective steps.

1. Measures should be taken to control the primary disorders, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, infections or heart disease.

2.  A healthy living habit is essential. And this tartget can be attained by taking proper exercises, following a healthy diet, staying away from tobacco products and alcocohol and so on.

3. Treatements should be adopted to restore kidney function. In this way, the risk of presenting stroke can be decreased.

If you have any doubts about risk factors of stroke in chronic kidney disease, remember that we are always here to help!

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