Updated: Jan 31
Hypercholesterolemia is the presence of high levels of cholesterol in the blood. Elevated cholesterol levels do not lead to any specific symptoms unless it has been longstanding. Some of the physical findings which have been observed in patients with hypercholesterolemia are: Xanthoma (deposition of cholesterol in patches on the skin in tendons), Xanthelasma palpabrum (yellowish patches around the eyelids) and Arcus senilis (white discolouration of the peripheral cornea).
Homoeopathy is very much effective in the treatment of high cholesterol levels but unfortunately this great blessing is being ignored. Homoeopathic treatment for hypercholesterolemia will take between 3-12 months to complete, depending on the underlying pathology, general health and immunity levels. Homoeopathic medicines such as Allium sativum, Curcuma longa, Lachesis, Calcarea carb and Cratageus Q are very much beneficial in reducing cholesterol levels. Along with the medicines, follow the following advice:
Reduce your intake of butter, cheese, red meat and dark poultry.
If you are overweight, a loss of just 5 to 10 pounds may be enough to reduce your cholesterol levels.
Practice top 7 yoga poses for cholesterol.
Try to get 30 to 60 minutes of aerobic exercises at least 5 days a week.
Perform meditation as it enables our body to rest, repair and rebalance; leading to an average 25% reduction in cholesterol levels.