5.1 SUMMARY OF FINDINGS
To see a reduction in Chronic Kidney Disease requires a step towards preventing its prevalence. Chronic kidney disease is one which is widespread through these underlying risk factors; obesity, hypertension, diabetes and genetics. Moreover, awareness on chronic kidney is low as compared to other diseases. This is also a factor that contributes to its prevalence. People of all ages are prone to contracting Chronic Kidney Disease but through statistics, majority of adults are more prone due to unhealthy lifestyle and lack of awareness on the disease. The disease is mostly not accompanied with any symptoms and that is what makes it more deadly. This gives clear reason why the society at large needs to be aware and to prevent it.