Solution To Overcome Dizziness Accompanied By Neck Pain When Triglyceride Levels Are High?
Good evening, I want to ask. When I check blood my triglyceride level is 178 mg. Well for 5-6 days I kept dizzy and neck pain accompanied by fever. How to handle it? Either foods that are avoided or recommended foods. Do I immediately stop consuming starchy foods? While most of the food. Please advise, thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Triglycerides are a type of fat found in the body and carried in the bloodstream. Triglycerides are normally present in the body at levels less than 150 mg / dL and are produced from calories or unused energy and are stored to provide energy reserves for the body. So basically, someone who consumes calories or gets energy that exceeds the amount needed by his body, will risk having high triglyceride levels.
In your case, it's true that from the lab results, your triglyceride levels are above normal. But keep in mind that high triglycerides do not cause symptoms, except when extreme highs are up to 1000-2000 mg / dL, and even then the symptoms are not dizziness, pain in the neck, especially fever. So in our opinion, there are other conditions that cause these symptoms to appear to you such as physical fatigue, lack of sleep, stress, high blood pressure, tension headaches, bacterial or viral infections, etc. which just happen to coincide with you having high triglyceride levels . 'Together' here does not only mean that it really happens at the same time. It could be that your triglycerides have been high for the past year and you have never been examined, and only now when you have been infected with a virus, for example, you check and it is known that your triglyceride levels are high, as if that is the cause, but it isn't.
Therefore, we suggest that you should consult your doctor to get a more thorough treatment and examination so that you know exactly what condition you are experiencing. For things you can do at home, avoid cigarette smoke, liquor, and maintain an ideal body weight. If you have excess weight then decrease, consumption of healthy fats derived from olive oil, peanut oil and canola oil. Replace red meat with sea fish consumption, limit calorie intake for example by reducing rice consumption, limit sugar consumption, and regular exercise. So, hopefully answering your question.