Yes. Both high blood pressure and high cholesterol are risk factors for cardiovascular disease, but they don't have to coexist.
Yes. High blood pressure can occur without high cholesterol. Physicians will check for cholesterol b/c often times it is high. Improving your lifestyle, losing weight, eating more fresh fruits/veggies, cutting the salt out, decreasing caffeine & alcohol can help your blood pressure.
Is it ok to sweat a lot when being active...Considering, I have high blood pressure. High cholesterol and ibs?
Yes. Just make sure you replenish your body with sufficient water, and depending on your blood pressure, with electrolytes (salt).
Sweat with activity. Sweating during physical activity is normal. Amount of sweat will increase with factors like the amount of activity, heat, humidity, etc. This will not affect your high blood pressure or it's treatment actually exercise is good for the hypertension.
Sweat. As long as u stay hydrated & your BP is under control.
Should I try to get pregnant and have a baby if I have high blood pressure, high anxiety, and high cholesterol?
If you want. Obviously these coditions can be contolled with and without medication. It is a matter weighing the risks and commitment to the process that is critical.
Ask your husband. This is a spiritual, intellectual and emotional question that only you and your husband can answer together. Two people have to come together to create a child and then raise it. Remember that there are no crystal balls in this world and there is no way to tell what things your children will inherit from you and what things they will not.
I have high blood pressure and high cholesterol. I am on meds for both. I am about 80lbs overweight. I keep getting dull jaw pain on left side?
Prob not Heart. For 40 yo female, less likely heart, may be a tooth, or an inflammed lymph node or salivary gland. You should see internist and get an ECG. Important Quest: Do you get Chest pain or your jaw pain with activity. So I would get this initially evaluated by an internist.
Change it. Avoid grains, lentils, potatoes, milk products. Eat plenty of healthy fat such as butter, olive oil, coconut oil, avocados. For protein, eat flesh foods, eggs. For more, go to: https://kaushikmd. Com/2016/11/03/get-started/ https://kaushikmd. Com/2016/12/02/eat-fat-to-stay-healthy/ Your symptoms will start improving in 4 weeks on this lifestyle. You may be able to get off all your meds too.
My feet and ankles started to swell yesterday, I do have high blood pressure, high cholesterol. Hypothyroidism?
2 of 3. Can cause swelling, high blood pressure and some of its medications can cause swelling. Hypothyroid can also be a cause. The consequences of cholesterol can cause blockage of vessels and also cause swelling from poor circulation.
Could be controled. Hi blood-pressure and high cholesterol could be treated with lifestyle changes and medication. Sometimes the cause for high blood pressure could be identified and by treating the etiology blood-pressure will improve.
25 y/o healthy male with gout? What could cause gout in a 25 year old man with high blood pressure and high cholesterol?
Gout. Gout is caused by too much uric acid in the body. There are over producers (generate too much uric acid) and under excreters (those who do not effectively eliminate their uric acid into the urine). Cause of gout: genetics (if your parents have gout, then you have about a 20% chance of developing it) gender (men first develop gout at an earlier age than women) nutrition (alcoholism, obesity) other factors: african americans are more likely to have gout than other populations. Intake of alcoholic beverages, especially beer, increases the risk for gout. Red meats increases the risk for gout.
High uric acid. Gout is caused by high serum uric acid. You should see your doctor to have check up. It is not related to high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
No. Separate processes.
Arteries. High blood pressure and high cholestor hardens your wallsl of arteries leading to high blood pressure.
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