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Hypercholesterolemia refers to a state in which the blood contains
too much cholesterol than the body can handle. High cholesterol
can either be a result of genetic factors or an outcome of an
unhealthy lifestyle. An increased level of cholesterol in the blood
may cause the rapid development of fat deposits in the blood
vessels, which grow in size with time, causing restrictions on the
flow of blood. This condition can result in devastating
consequences if not treated urgently or not responded to with a
change in lifestyle.
Many risk factors may contribute to this condition. Regular
exercise helps put an individual in the clear of bad cholesterol
development by increasing their size, which ultimately renders
them less harmful to the human body. The lack of physical exercise
exposes a person to the risk of the development of bad cholesterol
in the blood which may cause blockage of blood flow to the
arteries. Age is also another element that puts people at the
vulnerable side of hypercholesterolemia. As one grows old, the
liver becomes increasingly unable to remove, at least effectively,
the LDL cholesterol present in the system (Mayo Clinic, 2019). It,
therefore, means tha...
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