High Cholesterol Levels

Hypercholesterolemia (literally: high blood cholesterol) is the presence of high levels of cholesterol in the blood. It is not a disease but ametabolic derangement that can be secondary to many diseases and can contribute to many forms of disease, most notably cardiovascular disease.

Signs and Symptoms:

Elevated cholesterol does not lead to specific symptoms unless it has been longstanding. Some types of hypercholesterolemia lead to specific physical findings: xanthoma (deposition of cholesterol in patches on the skin or in tendons), xanthelasma palpabrum (yellowish patches around the eyelids) and arcus senilis (white discoloration of the peripheral cornea).

Longstanding elevated hypercholesterolemia leads to accelerated atherosclerosis; this can express itself in a number of cardiovascular diseases: coronary artery disease (angina pectoris, heart attacks), stroke and short stroke-like episodes and peripheral vascular disease.

Our Approach:

High blood cholesterol is supposed to be a constitutional disease, so treatment also should be constitutional. Normal levels can be absolutely attained and maintained if Homoeopathic treatment is started earlier. Unlike other systems of medicine, which are toxic in nature during continuous usage, drugs used in Homoeopathy are safe, natural and without any side-effects. In Homoeopathy, medicines are highly individualized to the patient and this will help lower LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, raise HDL cholesterol, inhibit the formation of plaque, lower high blood pressure, detoxify the body and also enhance your immunity system. Homoeopathic remedies can help maintain cardiovascular function and a healthier circulatory system. People on multiple medications can safely take Homoeopathic medicines. Homoeopathic drugs are non-habit forming and have no addictive characteristics.

 See our results:

 Before Treatment

 During Treatment

 After Treatment

 Total Cholesterol: 580 mg/dl  Total Cholesterol: 450 mg/dl  Total Cholesterol: 282 mg/dl



 Before Treatment

 After Treatment

 Total Cholesterol: 235 mg%

Triglycerides: 156 mg%

 Total Choleseterol: 144 mg%

Triglycerides: 132 mg%

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