Causes And Overcome Low Levels Of Cholesterol In The Blood?
, I want to ask, I have a low cholesterol of around 24, can it recover, thank you
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Cholesterol is a fat compound produced in the cells of the body, and is most widely produced by liver cells. Basically cholesterol is needed by the body, so cholesterol levels that are too low can also cause problems.
There are several types of cholesterol that can be done or this examination is often called nevertheless with a lipid profile, namely:
Total cholesterol, is a total examination of LDL + HDL choleterol
LDL cholesterol (Low Density Lipoprotein), often referred to as 'bad fat', LDL or bad cholesterol should be at a low level or can be tolerated by the body, which is less than 100 mg / dL.
HDL cholesterol (High Density Lipoprotein) is often referred to as 'good fat', this HDL fat must actually be higher because it has good properties ie a minimum HDL level of 60 mg / dL or more can help reduce the risk of heart disease. Conversely, HDL levels less than 40 mg / dL actually increase the risk of heart disease.
And to ensure that cholesterol levels are needed an examination of cholesterol levels in the body is done by taking blood samples, then the blood is examined. If you have a cholesterol level of 24, the amount can be said to be low. Low cholesterol can also increase some risk of diseases such as:
We recommend that you re-check whether the examination is accurate or not, do the cholesterol check in a trusted hospital or laboratory. If the results are too low you should consult a specialist in internal medicine, to find out the cause so that further treatment can be given.
Cholesterol levels in the body must remain normal and stable, while these cholesterol levels should not be too high but if they are too low they are also beneficial for you. You should adopt a healthy lifestyle or lifestyle by avoiding smoking, regular exercise, consumption of healthy and nutritious foods, and rest enough, as well as checking cholesterol levels regularly.
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