Diabetes and high blood pressure are the main causes for CKD. Find helpful ways to keep your kidneys healthy.
Learn more about the stages of CKD and find strategies to slow the progression of symptoms related to CKD.
Finding out you have kidney disease can be difficult to process. But making the right choices now can help you delay further kidney problems while letting you do what you love most.
Eating right when you have kidney disease is an important part of treating your condition. Get to know the basics of a kidney diet.
There are things you can do that may help slow down kidney disease. Start by managing diabetes and making your life easier at the same time. Learn quick, easy ways to simplify your daily routine.
Keep medical information and supplies in one place for easy access. Having all these important materials in one place makes it easier to prep for doctor’s visits and reordering supplies.
Whether you want to groceries delivered or want to pick them up, shopping online can help limit impulse purchases. And it can help make sure you have all the healthy foods you need.
Fewer people are outside in the mornings, making it a great time for a relaxing workout and to start your day off right. Morning walks can improve memory and cognition in older adults.
Most insurance companies cover a 90-day supply of medication. That means fewer trips to the pharmacy. Talk with your pharmacist to coordinate your meds to refill them all at once.
Goals are important for good kidney health and delaying or preventing further kidney damage. Learn the terms and tests associated with good kidney health and make new goals to help you thrive.
Gain a better understanding of your emotional wellness. This will help you continue your journey of living with diabetes and managing your kidney health.
Get more information about the numbers and goals needed to keep your diabetes in check so you can continue to manage your health.
Meeting the needs of your job and your body are easier with the right help. Connect with a Transition Smart advocate to help you navigate work and insurance.
Find new ways to be physically active and start enjoying the benefits of exercise as you continue to manage your kidney health.
Discover new ways to be smarter about food with Diabetes Food Hub. Find kidney-friendly recipes, a personalized grocery list, and plan meals to make sure everything you eat is helping to protect your kidneys.
A nephrologist is a doctor that specializes in kidney health. Discover what to look for to get the support and comfort you need.
Learn about other people that know what you’re going through as you manage chronic kidney disease. Read Tiffani’s story for new motivation to thrive.
People living with diabetes, high blood pressure, or a history of kidney disease could be at risk for developing chronic kidney disease. Learn about how to prevent or delay CKD.
Get the resources you need to manage your kidney health. Use the social care network from Aunt Bertha to get help and connect with professionals in areas of health care, nutrition, mental health, transportation, and so much more.