The incidence of renal disorders has been increasing rapidly over the past few decades, leading to an enormous burden on the limited health care resources available in most countries.
Various causes have led to this manifold rise in the number of people suffering from kidney diseases of which the major ones include:
Diabetes, i.e., uncontrolled increase in blood sugar levels and hypertension, i.e., uncontrolled increase in the blood pressure are one of the most important causes of renal disorders, especially chronic kidney disease. Recent research has undoubtedly proven the relation of obesity not only with increased risk of developing diabetes and hypertension but also an increased risk of developing renal dysfunction.
Better availability of healthcare resources both to patients and doctors has also led to better surveillance and increased detection of renal disorders, which is a good sign pointing towards an efficient healthcare system.
Steps to Decrease the Rapidly Growing Incidence of Renal Disorders:
Lifestyle Modifications in Preventing Renal Disorders:
All these measures combined will take us a long way ahead in our endeavor to decrease the incidence of renal diseases and build a healthy kidney world.Last reviewed at: 09.Jan.2019