Hyperlipidemia can best be described as an excess of lipids, or fatty substances, within the blood. There are two varieties of hyperlipidemia which are hypercholesterolemia and hypertriglyceridemia. The first type is an instance of high cholesterol whereas the next one deals with high amounts of triglycerides, or fat. Hyperlipidemia is a concern for those who have it as it can lead to a blockage of the arteries and ultimately a heart attack and also coronary heart disease. Many who have hyperlipidemia do not know it right away as it usually has no distinct symptoms and only is discovered when the individual has a physical examination or has another medical condition which draws attention to it. Dr. Korunda can help determine if treatment for high cholesterol is necessary.
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How Is Hyperlipidemia Treated?
Before a Florida health clinic doctor will treat your hyperlipidemia, they will usually look to see if any other medical conditions exist which could have led to the introduction of the hyperlipidemia.
Once the health clinic Florida physician has identified any other possible conditions they will then look to treating the hyperlipidemia head on.
Hyperlipidemia is often treated with changes in diet, increases in exercise and possibly medication to take care of any residual problems left over from the hyperlipidemia condition.
If it is caught in time, hyperlipidemia is treatable.
If you want to learn more about hyperlipidemia or think that this medical condition may be an issue, contact Dr. Nena Korunda for help.