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Why do People Have High Blood Pressure in FSGS

High Blood Pressure in FSGSDo you have knowledge of high blood pressure? Many people with FSGS suffered from high blood pressure, but have you ever thought why people have high blood pressure in FSGS? First, follow me to learn what blood pressure is?

Blood pressure is the pressure your blood exerts against your blood vessel walls as your heart pumps. Blood pressure rises with each heartbeat and falls when the heart relaxes between beats, but there is always a certain amount of pressure in the arteries. That blood pressure comes from two physical forces. The heart creates one force as it pumps blood into the arteries and through the circulatory system. The other force comes from the arteries resisting the blood flow. Without blood pressure, one can not live in the world because without it, blood wouldn't be able to circulate through the body to carry oxygen and fuel vital organs. Blood pressure changes from minute to minute and is affected not only by activity and rest, but also by temperature, diet, emotional state, posture, and medications.

However, high blood pressure is more difficult to control than lower blood pressure. Since lower blood pressure can be regulated mainly through our diet and daily activities, it is relatively easy to improve for people. For high blood pressure, it is one of the most obvious symptoms of FSGS. We know that FSGS is a kind of Glomerular disease which can lead to high blood pressure through two ways: When Nephritis occurs, the glomerular filtration rate (GFR) decreases, and the sodium renal tubules absorb back will increase as a result of sodium retention, blood volume expansion, leading to high blood pressure. This kind of high blood pressure is called volume dependence of high blood pressure.

If you want to lower such kind of high blood pressure, here I strongly recommended you had better treat your kidneys from the root, as it is caused by FSGS, a kind of kidney disease. If you want to know more about how to treat high blood pressure in FSGS, you can contact our online service, also you can email us to igacure@gmail.com.

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