About Hyperlipidemia

Familial Hyperlipidemia, also known as familial hyperlipoproteinemia, is related to hyperlipoproteinemia, type v and hyperlipoproteinemia, type i. An important gene associated with Familial Hyperlipidemia is APOB (Apolipoprotein B), and among its related pathways/superpathways are Metabolism and Transport of inorganic cations/anions and amino acids/oligopeptides. The drugs Evolocumab and Dapagliflozin have been mentioned in the context of this disorder. Affiliated tissues include heart, liver and endothelial, and related phenotypes are no effect and no effect

Major Symptoms of Hyperlipidemia

The main symptoms of Hyperlipidemia (hyperlipidemia) include:

1. Fatigue: Hyperlipidemia can cause energy metabolism disorders in the human body, making patients feel fatigued, lack of energy, and find it difficult to concentrate on daily activities.

2. Dizziness: Hyperlipidemia will reduce the oxygen content in the blood, causing patients to experience symptoms such as dizziness and headaches.

3. Chest tightness: Hyperlipidemia will increase the burden on the heart, causing patients to experience chest tightness, palpitations and other symptoms.

4. Dyspnea: Hyperlipidemia will increase blood viscosity, affect lung ventilation, and cause patients to have difficulty breathing.

5. Increased appetite: Hyperlipidemia will reduce the patient's interest in food, causing the patient to increase his appetite and become prone to overeating.

6. Weight loss: Hyperlipidemia will reduce the patient's weight and cause the patient to lose weight.

7. Skin problems: Hyperlipidemia may lead to skin problems, such as dandruff, rash, itching, etc.

8. Oral problems: Hyperlipidemia may lead to oral problems, such as gingivitis, oral ulcers, etc.

9. Nervous system problems: Hyperlipidemia may cause neurological problems, such as insomnia, depression, anxiety, etc.

10. Cardiovascular disease: Hyperlipidemia is an important risk factor for cardiovascular disease, which may cause patients to develop arrhythmia, coronary heart disease, stroke and other diseases.

Suitable Lifestyle for People with Hyperlipidemia

Suitable lifestyle options for people with Hyperlipidemia include the following:

1. Diet control: reduce the intake of foods high in cholesterol, high saturated fatty acids and high sugar, and increase the intake of vegetables, fruits, whole grains and protein. intake and avoid overeating or excessive drinking.

2. Increase physical exercise: Do at least 150 minutes of aerobic exercise every week, such as brisk walking, cycling, swimming, etc. You can also try some aerobics or physical exercise classes.

3. Weight control: Control your weight through proper diet and exercise and reduce excess body fat.

4. Don’t smoke: Smoking increases the risk of Hyperlipidemia, so smoking should be avoided as much as possible.

5. Control drinking: Drinking alcohol will increase the risk of Hyperlipidemia, so you should try to avoid drinking or limit drinking.

6. Regular examination: Regularly check the condition of Hyperlipidemia to ensure timely treatment.

7. Follow your doctor's advice: If you have been diagnosed with Hyperlipidemia, you should follow your doctor's advice and carry out treatment and monitoring as directed.

Other Diseases

Hyperlipidemia Type V Familial Combined Hyperlipidemia

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