Cardiovascular disease (CVD) are a group of disorders of the heart and blood vessels which lead into myocardial infarction, paresis, paralysis, kidney disease, etc.
These disorders are potentially resulted from a long accumulation of high blood sugar or high cholesterol. Without a proper treatment, the factors will cause arteries to become narrowed and hardened.
What is Dyslipidemia?
Dyslipidemia refers to the excess level of cholesterol in our blood consisting of 2 types of lipids:
Excessive accumulation of lipids causes those fatty material deposited on the walls of blood vessels which will be narrowed or blocked eventually. Blocked blood flow can result in various diseases, especially heart and vascular diseases, paresis, paralysis, and becoming a fatal condition.
Symptoms of Dyslipidemia
Normally, dyslipidemia rarely shows symptom as it is often diagnosed during a blood test detecting each type of lipids. Anyhow, without a proper therapy, dyslipidemia potentially leads to pancreatitis causing pain in abdomen. Also, in long term it can cause stroke, paralysis, or myocardial infarction.
Chevala offers therapy programs reducing the risks of cardiovascular disease and dyslipidemia.