Vasocare (20 ml)- Ayurvedic medicine for hypertension treatment
There’s a reason why high cholesterol gaining importance of one of the biggest causes for concern. Studies reveal that 27% of Indians suffer from high cholesterol levels and as high as 80% have skewed lipid levels. The increasingly ‘fast life’ and ‘fast-food culture’ could be to blame. Also worrisome is the fact that cholesterol builds up silently and seldom has any warning symptoms until it is too late, and one has suffered a stroke or a heart attack. Some early signs may include angina, chest pain, nausea, extreme fatigue, shortness of breath, pain in the neck, jaw, upper abdomen, or back as well as numbness or coldness in extremities. Having high cholesterol can lead to the build-up of plaque in artery walls, called atherosclerosis. This build-up can narrow the arteries and make it harder for blood to flow through them. It can also lead to dangerous blood clots and inflammation that can cause heart attacks and strokes. LDL is the “bad” cholesterol. It’s the kind that can raise your risk of heart disease, heart attack, and stroke. It can even lead to vision problems by affecting veins and arteries around the retina of the eye.