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What to do if LDL cholesterol rises

seo: date:2022/12/21 16:11:00

       Speaking of low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C for short), I believe that many patients with hyperlipidemia will "abhor" it.

       Yes, LDL cholesterol, commonly known as "bad to sterol", is an independent risk factor for atherosclerosis, coronary heart disease, stroke and other diseases. Therefore, lowering LDL cholesterol to a normal level is an important means to prevent and treat cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.

       If your "bad cholesterol" rises, be ready to fight, because he will not shrink because of your neglect, but will "intensify". Since we want to fight against this "bad guy", we need to have a certain understanding of ourselves and him. It is the so-called: Know yourself and know your enemy, and you will win every battle.

       First, let's find out your LDL cholesterol level.

       For people of different ages, the normal range of LDL cholesterol is different: young people average about 2.7 mmol/L; About 3.37mmol/L for middle-aged and elderly people; It is obviously higher than 4.14 mmol/L.

       The risk degree of cardiovascular disease will also affect the ideal level of LDL cholesterol. Patients with extremely high-risk heart disease should control LDL cholesterol below 1.8 mmol/L, and patients with high-risk heart disease should keep LDL cholesterol below 2.6 mmol/L.

       Next, let's know LDL cholesterol.

       There are reasons for the increase of LDL cholesterol. Diseases of the body, such as hepatitis, weaken the liver function, and the liver cannot normally decompose proteins, leading to the increase of LDL cholesterol;

       Genetic inheritance is also one of the influencing factors, because genes play a key role in the production and processing speed of low-density lipoprotein in blood;

       In addition, lack of exercise or obesity, smoking, heavy drinking, and unreasonable diet may lead to an increase in LDL cholesterol.

       The preparatory work has been done well. Let's brace ourselves for the war!

       East wind blows and war drums beat. We statins are afraid of others.

       First of all, we sent "statin", a great general, whom people affectionately call "ever victorious general". He is brave, good at fighting and invincible. Statin can eliminate 25%~55% of "bad cholesterol" once it appears. Of course, this is not his strongest point. Statin's unique skill is to stabilize plaque, delay the development of atherosclerosis, and comprehensively prevent cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.

       Keep your mouth shut, step on your legs, and vow to defeat cholesterol.

       This is our territory. "General Statin" alone is not enough, and we have to work hard. Low fat, low salt, low stimulation diet, less high cholesterol food, more fruits and vegetables, fundamentally reduce "bad cholesterol"; At the same time, we should pay attention to proper exercise, smoking cessation, drinking, and don't have too many mood swings.