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Cholesterol, All you need to know

By on March 9, 2012 in Health with 0 Comments

The constant tension and everyday stress causes a release of catecholamines and therefore increases lipid accumulation in the arteries. This is considered an important risk factor.

Stress is another cause of blood cholesterol levels and hence risk of arteriosclerosis (atherosclerosis). There is no doubt that excessive work or distressing, plays an important role in heart disease, such as circulatory disorders tachycardia or increased blood pressure observed in the anxiety states or job insecurity, are very harmful.

All people have individual characteristics. Some have characteristics of aggressiveness, ambition, competitive spirit, and indecisiveness can easily lead to hypertension, high blood fat and cholesterol and myocardial infarction. The constant work and imbalance due to lack of rest, in a climate of permanent tension and competitiveness requirements, can have devastating effects through biochemical substrates of the human organism. Among the various tests and studies in this field, made ​​with students and through which it was shown that a few days before final exams, their blood cholesterol levels had increased significantly compared to a few weeks before. This means that there are people who, by way of being and certain external characterology are more predisposed to suffer from the problems associated with cholesterol. Although the field of risk factors determined by the individual’s personality and lifestyle, there are many constraints to consider. It is interesting to note a few of them may be higher or lower risk.

HIGHER RISK: 

  • Changing life of a rural environment
  • Competitiveness
  • Financial problems
  • Separation or divorce
  • Death of a loved one
  • People with moonlighting
  • Days over 60 hours
  • Work or personal responsibilities
  • Feelings of dissatisfaction
  • Feeling slighted by someone dear
  • Retirement
  • Obsessions and phobia
  • An excessive desire for constant improvement

LOWER RISK: 

  • Female under 45 years
  • Marriage and family stability
  • Low competitiveness of the diet
  • Sleeping an average of 8 hours per day
  • Healthy lifestyle
  • Doing sport in a controlled manner
  • Work satisfaction
  • Desire to overcome without obsessions or competitiveness
  • Learn self-control
  • Have a full spiritual life

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