Some people asked me about high Hdl cholesterol level and the meaning behind having that. While I am not a practitioner of cholesterol art, I know a thing or two about them, and that knowledge is what I am going to relay to you today. We are going to talk about high HDL cholesterol level and what does it mean to have that thing in your body.
Let me introduce to you all of the cholesterols within our body
There are many types of cholesterols in our bodies. Some can be good and some can be bad, but they both entered our body through the most basic of means: through savoring the foods that are present in the world. Some of these foods contain good cholesterol and some of them contain bad cholesterol, hence why people who is on a cholesterol patrol will always look for the type of cholesterol within the foods that they are going to eat.
On the contrary to the good things you will get from having a high good cholesterol level, you will get lots of bad things from having a high level of non HDL cholesterol (to make it simple for you, the good cholesterol level is called HDL cholesterol).
Do high HDL cholesterol levels increase the risk of heart disease?
Let me get this straight.
Let us see cholesterol as coins. Every coin has two sides on them. They are the master of chances, the very thing that can make every decision in the world. In a game of football, the referee would throw a coin before deciding which team will be the one to start the kickoff. While the kickoff is not the final decision taker in that particular game, having the advantage of kicking the ball first is pretty nice for a team with well-rounded tactics.
Just like the coin, there are two sides to cholesterol. One of them is good (HDL cholesterol), and one of them is kind of bad (the LDL cholesterol). If you visit a clinic or something and you check your cholesterol level, the clinic will often tell you about the levels of each cholesterol type within your body. If you happen to have high HDL cholesterols levels when they told you about the test result, then you can pat yourself in the back and the chest because you are healthy! Your heart will be safer from diseases and your soul will be calmer thanks to the fact that you know you are healthy. It is true when people told me that a healthy heart means a good life.
Can your HDL cholesterol level be too high?
It is a resounding no while at the same time being a small bit of ‘yes’.
If you are a normal person without any complications related to your metabolism, then the HDL cholesterol will never reach a level that is too high for your body. It might be a bit higher in levels compared to the others, but that just signifies how healthy you are compared to the other people.
However, if your metabolism is a bit weird, there is a chance that the HDL cholesterol level will be too high (higher than the normal high ones, of course). If the HDL cholesterol level is too high, you might want to start taking drugs that reduce cholesterol levels. If you leave it at a ‘too high’ level, the cholesterol might start attacking your heart rather than protecting it.
That is why you should always keep watch for any oddities in your metabolism to see whether or not the high Hdl cholesterol level is dangerous for you.