I'm a 35 year old male, 5'7" 158lbs, very fit, extremely active and have no heart conditions other than PVCs. I have a history of anxiety and have had an echocardiogram, holter test. Nothing wrong except for panic attacks. That being said my cholesterol is not perfect and I go out of my way to try to eat right although I'm not perfect at it. That being said my diet is FAR superior to the avg American diet. My recent lipid panel had my HDL at 38, LDL at 136 and Triglycerides at 106. VDL at 21. My LDL often fluctuates between 105 - 140 between blood draws and my HLD often is between 38 and 44. I'm working like crazy to bring up my HDL and lower my LDL a bit more by adjusting diet with more nuts, avocados and fish. I'm just always worried I'll drop dead from a heart attack at a young age because I've read stories on the internet of perfectly healthy young people in their 30s having heart attacks because of major blockage. Should I be worried? Are my Cholesterol level numbers concerning at all? I thought doing anaerobic and weight exercises 5 times a week dramatically reduced people's risk of a heart attack. Also I have no known heart disease in the family.
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Hello, You need to opt certain natural norms to rescue your panic disorder without being much panic in connection with cholesterol be normal within few days.
Your normal heart report ensure you to long live in future.
Tk, plenty of water to hydrate your body to eliminate toxins, making your muscles more flexible. Go for meditation to reduce your unwanted stress to feed your heart properly reducing cholesterol levels ,this will calm nerves to ease your panic disorder.
Your diet be of course, simple, easily digestible to prevent gastric disorder restricting cholesterol hike.
Tk, homoeopathic medicine, if you so like to check lipid profile:
@.ChelidoniumQ-10 drops, thrice with little water. Avoid, junk food, alcohol, nicotine, pizazz & burger. Report, fortnightly, please.
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