Cholesterol is an essential part of cell structure that is needed for proper brain and nerve function. It is produced in the liver and transported to where it is needed through the bloodstream. Cholesterol binds with low-density lipoproteins for transport, and the high-density lipoproteins transport it out of the system, but if too little is transported out the result is high cholesterol.
The condition itself will rarely cause any symptoms. If left untreated, it often leads to Atherosclerosis: a dangerous hardening of the arteries. That can end up blocking blood flow through arteries. In severe cases, this may result in:
- Heart Attack
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