I have high triglycerides, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure. The doctor advised me to walk for at least half an hour every day, but despite receiving physiotherapy for my spinal cord pain, I still can't walk properly due to the pain in my back. Walking with force is difficult, and the back pain is not going away. What should I do? I am feeling helpless and don't know what to do. I am looking for your valuable advice.
See Cardiologist and nutritionist
Take more fibre less curb . try to take less Rice/Roti, add sabji to your diet. Try Isabgol, very good source of fibre helps reducing triglyceride. I have reduced my tg level 300 to 180 by these diet along with walking without any medication.
Dr. Nilanjan Sengupta, NRS
Consult with a qualified physiotherapists
Go to any cardiologist or MD take medicine. Medicines must be taken for life. Make a food list with the dietician. A 1,600-calorie meal chart will give if not working up a sweat. Statin tablets must be taken for life. If there is pressure for cholesterol, then with pressure, atorvastatin,Rosuvastatin,fenofibrat। Cholesterol can be stopped if the pressure medicine! Otherwise both will work. Do not neglect pressure, cerebral stroke is inevitable. In 90% of cases, medical literature does not know the cause of high blood pressure. Anyway, the alternative to not taking medicine is death! You don't need a big doctor for this treatment. Every four months some blood tests should be done by an experienced doctor and should be under his supervision. An MBBS doctor close to home is sufficient.
40 minutes - 1 hour - a little sweaty - if the knees give out, walk! Soak chia seeds and eat them with yogurt as part of diet control (rarely outside food). You can eat it with any fruit, either in the morning or in the afternoon. As it has food quality, bowel movement is correct. And reduces hunger. Dose 1 teaspoon. Contains fiber, reduces cholesterol absorption! You can eat fruit as your snack once - guava, apple, cucumber, ripe papaya etc!
The stomach will be full, calories are very low! At least every 6 months Lft, lipid profile, sr, creatinine check and show the doctor! Pressure drugs and cholesterol drugs often increase liver enzymes! Dr. accordingly changed the drug group, dose! This monitoring is absolutely necessary.
60% of people have them. Dyslipidemia or hyperlipidemia is present even if there is no pressure.
Lifestyle disease. nothing to do Nothing to worry about.
Dr. Biswaroop Roy Choudhury DiP diet
Tell your family physician about your problem and take care of your body by seeing physio, physician, orthopedic surgeon neurologist as per his advice.