What happens if your cholesterol level gets too high?
Posted 4 years ago in Cholesterol by CoolRevolution
High cholesterol may lead to risk to coronary heart disease, heart attack and stroke. As your blood cholesterol rises, your risk of coronary heart disease increases as well. Risk of high blood pressure or diabetes would increase your risk of high cholesterol. The more risk factor s you have the more chance of developing coronary heart disease and the greater the level of each risk factor would also increase your overall risk. Too much LDL (bad) cholesterol circulating in your blood can lead to build in the walls of the arteries and can lead to clots that block a narrowed artery. If this happens, a heart attack or stroke can occur.
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