Commentary - Journal of Cholesterol and Heart Disease (2021) Volume 4, Issue 5
Diseases Linked to High Cholesterol.
Diseases Linked to High Cholesterol High cholesterol is linked with the next risk of disorder. That may include coronary cardiovascular disease, stroke, and peripheral vascular disease. High cholesterol has also been tied to diabetes and high force per unit area. High cholesterol can limit blood flow, increasing the chance of a coronary failure or stroke. It's detected by a biopsy. High cholesterol has no symptoms. Treatments include medication, a healthy diet and exercise. The main risk from high cholesterol is coronary cardiovascular disease, which might result in death from a attack. If your cholesterol level is simply too high, Cholesterol can build up within the walls of your arteriesAuthor(s): Fernandez Blesso*