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High cholesterol symptoms: Warnings found on the elbows, hands, feet and near the nose


Abnormal lipid levels are known as dyslipidemia, which increases the likelihood of various health issues.

High cholesterol levels mean the fatty deposits are very likely to build-up along the artery walls.

This build-up of cholesterol can restrict blood flow to the heart, brain, and other areas of the body.

As a consequence, it increases the chances of developing angina (i.e. chest pain), a heart attack, stroke, and peripheral arterial disease.





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