Symptoms of dangerously high cholesterol in the blood … Two signs to note when you “look at your face”?

Cholesterol is a fatty substance found in the blood. Maintaining a delicate balance of cholesterol in the body supports a number of important processes, such as building healthy cells. However, tip the scales and you can cause a tsunami of trouble, the most dangerous of which is heart disease.

Unfortunately, your body usually doesn’t warn you about high cholesterol, so the only way to know if you have these levels is to have a blood test.

For the rest of the news below .. and our news as well:

“Miss Queen” .. Have you seen “Maryam”, the daughter of the late artist Mahmoud El-Gendy?

Suhair Ramzy reveals details of her house fire

Get to know the artist who brought Hussein Fahmy out of Mervat Amin .. an unexpected surprise

What is the truth about Wael Kfoury’s separation from his girlfriend, Shana Abboud, because of his jealousy?

Bassam Dakkak in controversial statement: I pretend to die everyday, and I can’t sell my offer to become a star

Nada Rahmy surprised everyone after losing 100 kilos of weight .. you can’t imagine what she looks like today

The teenage heroine of the series “Al Kabeer Awe” has grown up today and has become a carbon copy of Yasmine Abdel Aziz!

Test your intelligence and get to know her: this child has become a famous Egyptian actress, model and presenter, her aunt Safaa Abu Al-Saud

An unexpected message from Ahmed Helmy to the young “Boji” … You will not imagine what was asked of him!

An ideal remedy … to lower cholesterol in the blood

A girl revealed to Mabrouk Attia what is happening with her husband in the bedroom and in the bathroom … and the latter surprises her with a strange recipe!

Turki Al-Sheikh comments on his health: I got used to the surgeon’s scalpel

“His plays do not continue” … when Muhammad Najm attacked Adel Imam and made fun of him .. It is his relationship with Amr Abdel Jalil.

Who laughs the most .. Adel Imam, Lala Saeed Saleh or Samir Ghanem .. Mofeed Fawzy responds

Mai Ezz El-Din’s engagement ignites social media after 40 years of celibacy … you don’t expect to know who the groom is!

Also read: Harms of drinking water immediately after meals, especially high blood sugar
Also read: Kayla, daughter of Donia Samir Ghanem, puts her at the top of “Google”
Also read: Mostafa Fahmy divorced because of your relationship with the dentist. A host embarrassed Faten Moussa on the air. You don’t expect a shocking response!
Also read: “Sherine returns to her husband, and Adham Al-Nabulsi retires, and Maya Diab will not die, the death of her Lord.”

Sometimes telltale signs of high cholesterol can show up on your face.

According to Dr. Gary Bartlett, there are two specific signs that you may have high cholesterol “just by looking at your face.”

One “obvious” sign, said Dr. Bartlett, is xanthelasma – a buildup of fatty deposits on your eyelids.

These are “clear, waxy yellow deposits of cholesterol,” he explained.

Another telltale sign is the corneal arch.

According to Dr. Bartlett, these are “cholesterol deposits that appear as a distribution ‘arc’ in the iris (the colored part of your eye).”

How to answer: “If you have high cholesterol, your doctor or nurse will explain how to lower it,” says the NHS.

Depending on the health authority, this can include things like changing your diet or taking medication.

Different foods lower cholesterol in different ways.

The Mayo Clinic explains, “Some offer soluble fiber, which binds cholesterol and its precursors in the digestive system and removes them from the body before they enter the circulation.

“Some give you polyunsaturated fats which directly lower LDL. Some contain plant sterols and stanols which prevent the body from absorbing cholesterol.”

The rule of thumb is to replace saturated fat with unsaturated fat whenever possible, advises the Heart UK charity.

Many foods contain saturated fat, especially foods of animal origin such as meat, butter, and dairy products, and foods made from them such as cakes and cookies.

It is also found in some plant foods, including coconut oil and palm oil.

Good sources of unsaturated fats include vegetable fats, oils, oily fish, nuts, and seeds.

Saturated fat shouldn’t make up more than a third of your daily energy intake, notes the Heart UK website.

20 grams for women and 30 grams for men.

Regular exercise is also an integral part of lowering high cholesterol levels.

The NHS advises: “Try to get at least 150 minutes (2.5 hours) of exercise per week.”

Here are some great things to try to get started:

Walking – Try to walk fast enough that your heart starts to beat faster Swimming Cycling.

To follow our news, follow us on

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *