Symptoms of high cholesterol in women are slightly different from symptoms men. Women under the age of 50 do not include heart disease and Arterial Disorders in their high cholesterol symptoms while the other symptoms are similar in both.
Mental Depression: Due to continuous fluctuation in the blood pressure because of high cholesterol, one can notice mood swings or gloominess. Due to disturbed blood circulation, with high cholesterol for a long time you may feel mental depression this can even turn out in strokes.
Renal Problems: Due to high cholesterol, kidney has to do a tough task of treating high density fluids. Because of this heavy work, kidney stops working optimally.
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