High cholesterol: The warning signs in your body pointing to ‘excess cholesterol’


Your doctor may either take blood from your arm or do a finger-prick test, the NHS shares.

Once you get the confirmation of high cholesterol, a medical professional will determine the best course of treatment for you.

Luckily, there’s lots you can do to get your levels to drop, ranging from lifestyle changes to medication.

For example, cholesterol-lowering diet focuses on cutting down on fatty food rich in saturated fat.


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