For proving this point, an experiment was carried out where participants have asked to perform in a heavy computer based task and their blood cholesterol level was measured. Surprisingly, researchers noticed a slight rise in the level of blood cholesterol taken after the task from the level recorded before the task. Again after three years, the level of blood cholesterol of those participants have been checked once again and found it three times higher than before. It shows how dangerous stress is.
The level of cholesterol also depends on the age, weight and heritage of a person.
According to research as we get older, our level of cholesterol also gets increased. Interestingly, men and women have different reaction to cholesterol. Women before their menopause are less prone to cholesterol in comparison to men of same age group. But, after that their level gets increased more than their counterpart. It is so natural because many hormone changes and other changes occur in them at that time.
Due to our hectic life and lack of exercising it’s really easy to gain weight nowadays. And being overweight the risk of coronary diseases get increased. That’s why emphasize has been given on loosing weight to decreases the formation of bad cholesterol and lower down the level of high cholesterol to maintain the overall physical equilibrium. Try hard to increase your HDL too.
The genes of a person play a vital role on a health of a person in many ways. So, if your parents have suffered from cholesterol side than you are likely to have same. The amount of cholesterol to deal is genetically comes through the family history too. Don’t get surprised if you find your level still high after following every other precaution. Your family role may be responsible here.
Cholesterol is a silent killer which can take your life anytime. Start taking precautions from today to say no to cholesterol.