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Listed 4 Signs of High Cholesterol in the Body

This condition may be indicated by:

  • grayish or whitish deposits on the periphery of the cornea. This is mostly found in older people. But if it appears in a person younger than 40 years old, then you should consult a doctor.
  • xanthelasma, or yellowish deposits of fat accumulating under the skin on the inner sides of the upper and lower eyelids. They are harmless on their own, but may indicate high cholesterol levels.
  • Dupuytren’s contracture, or deformity of the hand, makes it difficult for a person to unbend the fourth and fifth fingers. This problem, however, can be associated with smoking, excessive alcohol consumption and diabetes.
  • poorly palpable pulse on the wrists.

It should be noted that for the correct diagnosis, you should consult your doctor.

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