Reducing Tryglycerides

Were you looking for information about How to Lower Triglycerides? Reducing tryglycerides is a common misspelling of reducing triglycerides.
 
For some people, certain lifestyle changes, such as diet, weight control, and exercise, are not enough to lower triglycerides to an adequate level. If these changes alone do not sufficiently lower your triglyceride levels, your healthcare provider may prescribe medications that can help. Some of the most commonly used medications for lowering triglycerides include statins, fibrates, and nicotinic acid. If high triglycerides go untreated for a long time, they may cause serious problems, such as heart disease, strokes, atherosclerosis, and other heart and blood vessel problems.
 
(Click How to Lower Triglycerides to read the complete eMedTV article, which provides detailed information on the factors that your healthcare provider will consider before recommending a specific triglyceride treatment plan. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)
 
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