What is the danger of increasing cholesterol in the blood?
Cholesterol is a fat-like substance, without which the normal functioning of the human body is impossible. Cholesterol is a kind of building frame that ensures the stability of cell membranes. It is also part of the bile, sex hormones and vitamin D3. Most of this substance (about 80%) is synthesized in the liver, a smaller (about 20%) comes with food.
In the blood, cholesterol is contained in the form of complex compounds – lipoproteins. There are “good” cholesterol – high density lipoproteins, in which excess cholesterol is removed from the body, and “bad” cholesterol – low density lipoproteins, which are worse excreted from the body and partially deposited on the walls of the arteries, forming cholesterol plaques.
The process of formation of cholesterol plaques on the walls of blood vessels is called atherosclerosis. In atherosclerosis, the lumen of the blood vessels gradually narrows, causing disturbed delivery of oxygen and nutrients to organs and tissues. Most often develops atherosclerosis of the heart and brain.
Atherosclerosis of the heart vessels is first manifested by pain during exercise, and ultimately can lead to a heart attack. Manifestations of cerebral arteriosclerosis can be reduced attention and memory, mental performance, headaches, sleep disturbance. Severe constriction of the blood vessels of the brain can lead to a stroke.
According to official WHO data, an increase in blood cholesterol (hypercholesterolemia) is observed in about 200 million people on the planet. Most often it is detected in people with overweight and diabetes patients.
If the level of cholesterol in the blood exceeds the norm, then you should reconsider the diet and seek help from a specialist. In this situation, food with a low cholesterol content is recommended, namely: limit the consumption of yolks of eggs, caviar, fatty and fried foods, liver dishes; animal fats are substituted for vegetable fats; increase the intake of high fiber foods.
Simultaneously with the correction of nutrition, the doctor may prescribe drugs to reduce cholesterol in the blood. These drugs are selected individually, as they have a number of contraindications to use. Unfortunately, even the most modern medicines do not always completely normalize the level of cholesterol in the blood, so recently experts have been paying increasing attention to metabolic drugs that can improve the treatment being carried out.
These drugs include Dibikor – a drug developed by Russian scientists on the basis of the body’s natural substance taurine. Admission Dibikora helps to safely reduce the level of “bad” cholesterol and increase the level of “good”. Dibikor is taken in 500 mg 2 times a day, for a long time. The drug is compatible with other drugs and dispensed in pharmacies without a prescription.
Dibikor will help to normalize cholesterol in the blood and improve health!
There are contraindications, read the instructions for use.