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The hypercholesterolemia is a disease caused by a high level of cholesterol in blood. The cholesterol level that is higher than 240mg is considered as high; people’s cholesterol level is normally at 200mg or lower. High levels of cholesterol often don’t show any clear sign until issues come (chest pains or heart attacks). Simple lifestyle options like doing exercise and healthy diets can help prevent hypercholesterolemia.

Description: The hypercholesterolemia is a disease caused by a high level of cholesterol in blood

The hypercholesterolemia is a disease caused by a high level of cholesterol in blood

Instructions

1.    Having a diet that contains little fat and a good deal of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, lean meat and poultry. Those foods can help maintain the normal level of cholesterol. Eat fish at least 2 times a week and focus on skim dairy products. Read labels carefully and find foods that have low level of saturated fats and trans fats. Add fiber in your diet and have much of dark-green vegetable salads. Remember not to take in too many sauces.

Description: Walk for at least 30 minute in most of the day in a week.

Walk for at least 30 minute in most of the day in a week.

2.    Preserve a healthy weight and do exercise usually – at least 5 days/week. Walk for at least 30 minute in most of the day in a week. Consider about swimming, cycling, aerobics, dancing or other activities to increase good cholesterols and reduce bad cholesterols.

3.    Stop smoking if you’re a smoker and stay away from tobacco smoke. Avoid going to places where people are allowed to smoke whenever they want.

4.    Know your cholesterol index. Have at least 1 blood test a year or more if possible. Check your cholesterol indexed regularly to keep it under control, and consult your doctor.

Description: Talk to your doctor about your family history.

Talk to your doctor about your family history.

5.    Have good knowledge about the history of your family and talk to your doctor about it. High levels of cholesterol are partly due to genetic factors. Talk to your doctor and check your risk of relating health issues. 

Tips and warnings

·         Only doctors can diagnose your health condition and give proper treatments.

·         Never start a new exercise program without your doctor’s agreement.  

 

 

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