What Is High Blood Cholesterol? | BlackDoctor | Page 2

    What Is High Blood Cholesterol?

    Some plaques have a thin covering and burst (rupture), releasing fat and cholesterol into the bloodstream. The release of fat and cholesterol may cause your blood to clot. A clot can block the flow of blood. This blockage can cause angina or a heart attack.

    Lowering your cholesterol level decreases your chance for having a plaque burst and cause a heart attack. Lowering cholesterol may also slow down, reduce, or even stop plaque from building up.

    Plaque and resulting health problems can also occur in arteries elsewhere in the body.

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