What Is The Relationship Between High Blood Cholesterol Levels And Cardiovascular Diseases?


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When the Blood Cholesterol levels become high there are more chances of the person getting cardio vascular diseases. Cholesterol levels have to be kept down the prevent heart attacks etc.

However there are two types of cholesterol high density and low density , low density are harmful and cause heart attacks, blood pressure, diabetes, it is better to keep this under control. However, some fat is required for the body to function well.
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Your body produces a surge of hormones when you are in a stressful situation. These hormones temporarily increase blood pressure, causing the heart to beat faster and blood vessels to constrict. Hormones are adrenaline and cortisol. If you heard about lipedema can be divided into stages. In stage I, the swelling increases during the day but decreases at night at rest, it is considered vascular and can be reduced by reading the resource I linked to. In stage IV, there is fat accumulation and fluid accumulation causing lipolymphedema. Usually the doctor discovers the disease during a clinical examination and suggests the best treatment depending on the case.

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