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A lipid panel or lipid profile is another name for a comprehensive cholesterol test. It can be used by your doctor to determine the quantity of “good” and “bad” cholesterol as well as triglycerides (a kind of fat) in your blood. High cholesterol is a serious condition that can lead to cardiovascular illnesses and people with the following risk factors are the most susceptible to it. Some of the prominent risk factors include smoking, obesity, a sedentary lifestyle, excessive alcohol intake, and a family history of high cholesterol or heart diseases.
You should start getting your cholesterol levels tested around the age of 35 or before if you are a male. In the case of females, one should start getting their cholesterol levels checked when they're 45 years old or younger. To be cautious, you should get your cholesterol checked with the Lipid Profile test in Gurgaon every five years beginning at the age of 20. The lipid profile test checks for four main types of cholesterol, namely total cholesterol, low-density cholesterol, high-density cholesterol, and triglycerides.
Timely screening can help you in avoiding illnesses and with Healthians Lipid Profile you can keep a track of your health in the best way because Healthians is India's leading health test @ home service with more than 20 lac satisfied customers across 140+ cities. The Lipid Profile available in Gurgaon has 9 parameters that give you a clear idea of your health. You can choose Lipid Profile available in Gurgaon or other packages better suited for you to keep your health in check.
A lipid profile test is a cholesterol test done to determine the amount of 'good' fat (HDL), 'bad' fat (LDL) and triglycerides in the body. Too much cholesterol in the body can lead to stroke, heart disease and other such complications.
High-density Lipoprotein (HDL) is called 'good' cholesterol because it removes excess cholesterol from your bloodstream and takes it to the liver to be broken down and removed. Low-density Lipoprotein is called 'bad' cholesterol becuase high levels of it can clog your arteries and cause stroke or heart attack.
High-density Lipoprotein (HDL) removes excess cholesterol from your bloodstream and takes it to the liver to be broken down and removed.High levels of Low-density Lipoprotein (LDL) can clog your arteries and cause stroke or heart attack.