Control Dyslipidemia With Naturopathy!

Elevated levels of lipids, triglycerides and cholesterol can cause the body to go into shock and lead to disease and conditions such as heart attacks. Take the natural route to control these levels.

Know What Is Affecting Your Health By Paying Attention To The Signs Of Dyslipidemia!

Lipids are crucial to the optimal functioning of the body. Serving as the prime energy reserves, these components are essential to the production of hormones, they help in the transmission of nerve signals and thus control how the body functions or responds to stimuli. Lipids also have a physiological role to play in the sense that they form a cushion around the organs and provide insulation. This is vital to the upkeep of the body as the organs are protected from shock. Lipids also provide absorption for the vitamins A, D, E, K which are the fat-soluble vitamins. 

There are various forms of lipids in the body, each with a different role and composition. It is important to note that each of these has a certain level it should be in for the body to function optimally. Through diet, exercise, and medicines, the levels are often altered leading to problems.

What Is Dyslipidemia?

High levels of a certain lipid in the blood is characterised as Dyslipidemia. The blood comprises three main lipids which are as follows: 

  • High-density lipoprotein (HDL) is known as the ‘good cholesterol’ as it removes LDL from the blood
  • Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) is the ‘bad cholesterol’. This present in great amounts can cause it to deposit on the walls of the arteries and this further leads to heart conditions 
  • Triglycerides are the energy reserves of the body, as they are not burnt out immediately once consumed through food, but rather remain in the cells for when the body requires the energy 

A high level of LDL or triglycerides coupled with LDL, coupled with low HDL levels poses the risk for dyslipidemia. 

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What Are The Kinds Of Dyslipidemia And The Symptoms?

Dyslipidemia is divided into two kinds, primary and secondary depending on whether the condition has been present since birth or acquired. 

Familial combined hyperlipidemia: A form of primary dyslipidemia, the condition is inherited and manifests as early as in the teenage years. The condition causes the levels of LDL cholesterol and triglycerides to rise putting these people at the risk of heart disease. 

Familiar hypercholesterolemia: The condition is characterised by an elevated level of total cholesterol. The level of total cholesterol should optimally be below 200 mg/dL.

Familial hyperapobetalipoproteinemia: An inherited condition, this leads to high levels of apolipoprotein B. The lipoprotein is an essential component of LDL cholesterol. 

What are the symptoms of dyslipidemia? 

While a blood test is the best way to know if you have high cholesterol, there are certain symptoms, such as:

  • Coronary Artery Disease (CAD): The condition is when the arteries that supply blood to the heart do not have a good blood flow. This means that the heart does not receive the amount it needs well
  • Cardiovascular disease: The heart is the principal organ affected during dyslipidemia and the high levels of lipids and cholesterols can cause blockages and even heart attacks 
  • Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD): The arteries in the legs are blocked in this case, causing the blood flow to be disrupted. This puts the person at a high risk of a stroke
  • Chest pain
  • Indigestion and heartburn 
  • Disturbed sleep

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Seek Natural Help For Dyslipidemia Treatment!

What do you do when the blood test indicates a high cholesterol level? The majority of the population would take pills or statins in order to control the level of the lipids, and the dosage would be increased if the levels did so too. These when collect in the liver for years, can have adverse effects on the system as a whole. Instead of this ‘symptom targeting’ approach, naturopathy has a slightly different method of managing the condition. Instead of attempting to curb the levels when they are too high, steps are taken to prevent them from escalating. 

What many are oblivious to is that if the diet is managed to a level where everything is in a balance, health conditions will not reach a severe point where drastic steps need to be taken. Through diet, vegetables that act as detoxifiers and exercise that enables the fat reserves to be burnt, you will be able to breathe easy.

At My Vital Health Solutions, you can be assured that your dyslipidemia will be helped by:

  • Curbing bad habits such as cigarette smoking and alcohol consumption
  • Providing a diagnosis exclusive to your body
  • Treatments to control rising levels of triglycerides and LDL cholesterol
  • Counselling and friendly and warm staff who ensure confidentiality and make it easy to communicate about stressors
  • The goal is to lead a happy life once the triggers have been managed

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