Kidney diseases are tremendously ordinary, hurtful and can be treated. The rising incidence of diabetes in the population, hypertension, obesity and smokers are at enlarged risk of developing Chronic Kidney disease. Kidney disease also goes ahead to cardiovascular diseases and it is predictable and estimated that millions die because of heart failures incited by kidney disease. The incidence of patients with kidney disease has taken on outbreak proportions and therefore the World kidney day.
This day which is usually celebrated on the 11th of March each year is manifest by plenty of activities, celebrity participation, screening camps, walks, a human procession, sharing and distribution of literature and posters, leaflets and the insertion of volunteers who assist spread awareness about kidney diseases. World Kidney Day’s endeavor to raise awareness of the significance of our kidneys to our generally health and to decrease the regularity and impact of kidney disease and its linked health difficulty worldwide.
Causes of Kidney Diseases:
I will talk about Pakistan. People in many villages of Pakistan and animals drink water from the same ponds (pool of dirty water). Many kidney diseases are produced due to this dirty water. Especially it is common in Pakistan that when people sick are using their own medicines. Because of this Incompetence an adverse affect on the kidneys. Government should place or installed clean water plant in backward area or remote areas. Where there is availability of clean drinking water. People may be protected from kidney disease. Medicines should be used with the advice and direction of Doctor’s.
Objectives are the following:
Raise awareness about kidneys care.
Highlight that diabetes and high blood pressure are key risk features for Chronic Kidney Disease.
Encourage systematic screening of all patients with diabetes and hypertension for Chronic Kidney Disease.
Encourage precautionary activities.
Stress the significant role of local and national health authorities in controlling the Kidney disease outbreak. Health authorities worldwide will have to deal with high and increasing expenses if no action is taken to treat the growing number of people with Kidney Disease. On World Kidney Day all governments are encouraged to take concrete and serious steps and invest in further kidney screening and kidney dialysis.