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Lower Cholesterol Levels in Type 2 Diabetes is Critical

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One of the many things you discover when you receive a Diabetes 2 diagnosis is that heart disease is a part of it. Patients with diabetes are at an increased risk of developing heart disease. This could result in stroke or heart attack and may even lead to death. That’s why it’s very important to maintain cholesterol levels within the healthy range. It is a well-known fact that people with Type II Diabetes who have high cholesterol will eventually suffer from problems with blood vessels and the heart. Moderate your cholesterol as soon as you can.
What is the recommended healthy cholesterol range for type 2 diabetics? They’re actually the same for all. Cholesterol health tests test for four things: your total cholesterol level, your HDL level, your LDL level as well as a person’s triglyceride levels. Let’s begin with the total cholesterol level. The healthy level for total cholesterol is lower than 200 mg/dl (5.2 millimol/l) provided that your other levels are in good shape as well. If your total is between 239 and 200 mg/dl (5.2 – 6.2 mg/l), you are in the middle of having high cholesterol. If your total cholesterol is more than 240 mg/dl (6.2 mmol/l) or more, you officially have high cholesterol –
Monitoring your HDL and LDL numbers is crucial for patients suffering from Type 2 Diabetes.
HDL is the best type of cholesterol. These values should be greater than those with lower. Your HDL number that is above 60 mg/dl (1.6 millimol/l) falls in the good range. If you’re a female, if you’re HDL is in the 50-60 mg range (1.3 – 1.6 Mmol/l) then you are at risk for 脫毛 – high cholesterol. If you’re a man, if your HDL is between 40 and 50 mg/dl (1.03- 1.3) is indeed at risk for 脫毛 – high cholesterol. Anyone with a lower than 40 mg/dl (1.03mmol/l) is at risk.
LDL is the bad cholesterol. The lower your number goes the better. The best thing to know is that your LDL falls below 100 mg/dl (2.6 mmol/l). It is not optimal however, it is possible to have an LDL between 100 and 129 mg/dl (2.6-3.3 mmol/l). If it falls between 130 and 159 mg/dl (3.3 – 4.1 mg/l) you are in the borderline region. The term “high cholesterol” refers to an amount between 160 and 189 mg/dl (4.1 to 4.9 mg/l). If it’s above 190 mg/dl (4.9 mmol/l) is that you’re in danger.
Triglycerides, 脫毛 – a type of fat, increase with cholesterol. That is why doctors measure it along with cholesterol levels in people suffering from type 2 diabetes. The lower your score, the better off you’ll be. You are classified as being in the”good” category in the event that your triglycerides levels – fall lower than 150 mg/dl (1.7mmol/l). They should be between 150 mg/dl and 200 mg/dl (1.7 to 2.25 mmol/l). This is considered borderline. High numbers are when they are between 200 to 499 mg/dl (2.5 -5.6 mmol/l). If they exceed 500 mg/dl (5.6 mg/l), you are in the danger zone.

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