7) A high salt diet
If you have kidney disease, you should limit your salt intake to less than 2,000 mg per day. A high salt diet can increase your blood pressure and make your kidney disease worse. It can also make you more likely to develop heart disease. There are many ways to reduce your salt intake, such as eating more fresh fruits and vegetables, avoiding processed foods, and using herbs and spices instead of salt.
8) Prescription medications
There are a number of prescription medications that can cause kidney damage, especially if they’re taken in large doses or for extended periods of time. Some common offenders include: painkillers, antifungals, antibiotics, and chemotherapy drugs. If you’re taking any of these medications, be sure to follow your doctor’s dosing instructions carefully and have your kidney function checked regularly.