Trace liquid coenzyme Q10 drink: If you experience these symptoms in your body, be careful not to come to your door with high blood lipids!

Hyperlipidemia can be seen in people of different ages and genders. As age increases, the incidence rate increases, with the peak incidence occurring between the ages of 50 and 69. Before the age of 50, males are higher than females, and after 50, females are higher than males. Some familial hyperlipidemia can also be seen in infants. So what are the symptoms of high blood lipids and how should they be prevented? Let's take a look.

What are the causes of hyperlipidemia?

Primary hyperlipidemia

Primary hyperlipidemia is often associated with genetic mutations and has a clear genetic tendency, thus exhibiting familial clustering.

A considerable number of people with primary hyperlipidemia have unknown causes, which may be the result of the interaction between genetic mutations and environmental factors. Related environmental factors include: unhealthy eating habits, insufficient physical activity, obesity, smoking, alcoholism, and increasing age.

secondary hyperlipidemia

Abnormal blood lipids caused by other diseases and known causes are called secondary hyperlipidemia.

Common diseases leading to secondary hyperlipidemia mainly include: diabetes, nephrotic syndrome, liver disease, hypothyroidism, systemic lupus erythematosus, polycystic ovary syndrome, Cushing's syndrome, etc.

Long term use of certain drugs may cause hyperlipidemia: glucocorticoids, thiazide diuretics β Receptor blockers, some anti-tumor drugs, etc.

In addition, estrogen deficiency can also lead to the occurrence of hyperlipidemia.


Hyperlipidemia generally does not have obvious discomfort symptoms, and is mostly detected during medical consultations or routine physical examinations due to other diseases. Some patients are also diagnosed with complications of vascular diseases.

What are the typical symptoms of hyperlipidemia?

The typical clinical manifestations of hyperlipidemia include xanthoma, early-onset corneal ring, and fundus changes, but the incidence is not high and is more common in patients with familial hypercholesterolemia.


Lipids are formed by local deposition and are commonly found around the eyelids. They can be yellow, orange, or brownish red in color and have a soft texture.

Early onset corneal ring

It often occurs in people under 40 years old, located on the outer edge of the cornea, and appears grayish white or white.

Fundus changes

Seen in patients with severe hypertriglyceridemia.

What are the possible accompanying symptoms of hyperlipidemia?

Long term hyperlipidemia can lead to a series of accompanying disease manifestations.

When atherosclerosis is caused, chest tightness, chest pain, dizziness, claudication and other symptoms may appear;

The symptoms of polydipsia and polyuria may occur when diabetes is caused;

Excessive lipid deposition in the liver and spleen leads to an increase in liver and spleen volume in patients.

What foods can lower blood lipids?

1. Green leafy vegetables rich in fiber: Chinese cabbage, celery, spinach, rapeseed, lettuce, asparagus, and other common green leafy vegetables have a high fiber content, which can promote intestinal peristalsis, reduce fat absorption, and also eat more vitamins to accelerate the body's metabolism.

2. Coarse grain foods: Oats, corn, sweet potatoes, grains, and other foods contain a large amount of fiber, which can promote intestinal peristalsis. After eating, there will be a great feeling of fullness, which can reduce fat intake.

3. Foods containing unsaturated fatty acids: Foods rich in unsaturated fatty acids, such as nut foods such as corn oil, olive oil, germ oil, salmon, tuna, etc. These foods have a relatively high content of unsaturated fatty acids, which can reduce the absorption of other fats.

4. Mushroom and mushroom foods: Mushrooms, golden needle mushrooms, black fungus, white fungus, golden needle mushrooms, etc. all contain a large amount of antioxidants, which greatly help the body's metabolism, and also contain a large amount of amino acids and minerals.

5. Statin drugs, such as atorvastatin, rosuvastatin, simvastatin, lovastatin, etc., are mostly taken by people with high cholesterol. However, patients with poor liver and kidney function should take it with caution. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should not take it. In addition, some patients may experience side effects such as myositis, muscle pain, rhabdomyolysis, and impaired liver function after taking it. It is necessary to closely monitor liver and kidney function, creatine kinase, and other conditions.

And trace's liquid coenzyme Q10 drink can reduce the risk of myocardial infarction in patients with hyperlipidemia and coronary atherosclerosis.


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