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[Cholesterol] What relation does cholesterol have with arterial diseases (sternocardia, myocardial infarctions)?
[2007-09-18 10:50] (1,644)

The rise of cholesterol level in the blood is one of the three major risk factors of arteriosclerosis, along with high blood pressure and diabetes.

 

The cholesterol in the blood clings to the vessel walls and causes narrowing of the arteries, which is the main cause of arteriosclerosis. In particular, high levels of LDL cholesterols, which combine with low-density proteins, may increase the risk of arteriosclerosis. It is a widely known fact that a decrease in cholesterol brings a clear decrease in the diseases and deaths caused by arteriosclerosis.

 

Also, the cholesterol levels are increased in cases of diabetes. If a person has a high level of cholesterol in the blood while also having other risk factors such as high blood pressure, smoking, and diabetes, the goal is set lower and the person would need extra-strict control.
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