Lowering Cholesterol Levels in People with Diabetes and High Blood Pressure

Hypercholesterolemia is a risk factor of coronary heart disease. When a person develops hypercholesterolemia, LDL will deposit in the blood vessels, giving rise to atheromatous plaque. Excessive these substances can borrow and damage blood vessels, leading to thrombus and blood vessels block. If this happen in coronary artery, it is called coronary heart disease. If thrombus completely block the coronary artery, MI will occur which is life-threatening. Diabetes and high blood pressure easily give rise to abnormal blood-fat metabolism and high blood pressure and high blood sugar can damage the blood vessels. Under this condition, cholesterol easily enters the blood vessels and build up, causing atherosclerosis.

Here are some suggestions on reducing cholesterol levels.

Proper diet which can help reduce the intake of cholesterol

Proper physical activities

Medications

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